Georgia O'Keeffe, who became the nation's preeminent woman of art, fell in love with New Mexico's high desert landscape and made it her subject as well as her home.
This one-of-a-kind motoring adventure north from Santa Fe brings you into her world, where you will encounter Spanish villages, living Indian pueblos, Anasazi ruins, the stunningly colorful landforms and river vistas that inspired the artist, and several surprises.
Along the way you will visit the Santa Fe Opera, San Ildefonso Pueblo, O'Keeffe's home in Abiquiu, the Ghost Ranch, Echo Amphitheater, follow the serene Chama River, and consider side ventures to Valles Caldera, Los Alamos and Bandelier National Monument.
Detailed maps, handy markers for photo opportunities, a calendar of Pueblo Inidan ceremonials, glossary and pronunciation guide, and detailed suggestions for hiking and birding make this the essential travel companion to a unique corner of America overlooked by many travelers.
"This guidebook is a carefully designed and well-thought out companion for a road trip through northern New Mexico...a great book to lend to houseguests, to suggest to tourists and to just keep handy in the glove compartment."
— New Mexico Magazine