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Oak Open Days, Southern New Mexico, September 24-30, 2016

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Ryan Russell

Published May 2017 in International Oaks No. 28: 185–200

Abstract

Founding IOS member Michael Meléndrez of Los Lunas, New Mexico led a group of eager IOS tourists through the mountains of south Central New Mexico with a short jaunt into Texas. Participants gathered on the evening of Friday, September 23 at the home of Michael and Kari to share a few bowls of wonderful homemade chili and to discuss the route and highlights of the following days.

References

Hawely Ellis, F. 1936. Yes, We Have No Old Apples. New Mexico 14 (August 1936): 16-17, 43.