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TWHC Lodging & Meal Reservations
Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 1:00 PM - Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 3:00 PM (MDT)
Abiquiu, United States
All Ghost Ranch rooms, camping spots and cafeteria meal tickets must be purchased directly here.
Three Days worth of cafeteria meals are now included in the price of all rooms (but not campsites). There is no refund or discount should you choose not to eat in the cafeteria.
Campers and anyone planning to lodge off-site may want to buy their meal tickets here by no later than September 1st, 2011.
Ghost Ranch rooms are assigned, not picked, and will sell out long before the event. If you hope to room with a friend or spouse, you are advised to contact event manager Resolute well in advance at: email@example.com
Room & Meal Rates for Youth
• Ages 1-4 free
• Ages 5-12 are 1/2 price, both rooms and meals
• Ages 13 up are at the adult rates
Rooms and camping spots at the Ghost Ranch are sure to sell out long before the event. If the tickets for those rooms and camping spots have already sold out, or if you prefer for any reason to lodge off-site, there are nearby state campgrounds, inns and motels (see the Lodging & Meals Page of the TWHC website).
Likewise, meal tickets for the Ghost Ranch Cafeteria are also expected to sell out early. If there are no more tickets available, or if you prefer different eating arrangements, you can bring your own raw or precooked food or possibly purchase individual meals from vendors we hope to bring to the site.
When & Where
The Herbal Resurgence Rendezvous was conceived by Animá teacher and herbalist Kiva Rose as a portal to help distill, further and propagate these home grown tradtions of knowledge vital to our well being and the well being of the world, with links to informative writings, various schools and avenues of study, and sponsoring and showcasing the annual Herbal Resurgence Rendezvous. Together we provide the sensibilities and skills to better heal ourselves and each other, ultimately working to mend emotional wounds as well as physical, helping return to wholeness our wounded culture as well as the threatened natural world that informs, heals and sustains us.
-Jesse Wolf Hardin