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(Photo by Michael Holmquist)

(Photo by Michael Holmquist)

(Photo by Ken Gallard)

(Photo by Ken Gallard)

The Inn at Snakedance may be relatively new, but it draws on the roots of its predecessor, the original Hondo Lodge. (Photo by Ken Gallard)

The Inn at Snakedance may be relatively new, but it draws on the roots of its predecessor, the original Hondo Lodge.
(Photo by Ken Gallard)

The Taos steeple against the Sangre de Cristos. (Photo by Ken Gallard)

The Taos steeple against the Sangre de Cristos.
(Photo by Ken Gallard)

Assistant GM Gordon Briner (in red) and Jean Meyer ensure that the Taos tradition continues.(Photo by Beth Ricciardi)

Assistant GM Gordon Briner (in red) and Jean Meyer ensure that the Taos tradition continues.
(Photo by Beth Ricciardi)

Ernie's sense of humor is still present. (Photo by Beth Ricciardi)

Ernie’s sense of humor is still present.
(Photo by Beth Ricciardi)

(Photo by Ken Gallard)

(Photo by Ken Gallard)

Ernie's infamous Martini Tree¿a goblet of gin that serves as on-hill liquid motivation¿still exists.(Photo by Ken Gallard)

Ernie’s infamous Martini Tree¿a goblet of gin that serves as on-hill liquid motivation¿still exists.
(Photo by Ken Gallard)