Complex Systems Summer School 2016-After Hours
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- 1 June 18, Taos!
- 1.1 Lauren's subaru
- 1.2 JP's Cool Hatchback GTI
- 1.3 Santiago's K00L Rental (5 seats)
- 1.4 Devrim's car
- 1.5 Juste's rental car
- 1.6 Emanuele's car (5 seats)
- 1.7 Ryan's Rental
- 1.8 Carla can driver her Subaru, but we'll still need a rental to get everyone to Taos
- 1.9 JP's Other Car
- 1.10 Fabio's rental car
- 1.11 Interested in renting cars for Taos
- 2 Sunday, June 19: The Manhattan Project National Historical Park
- 3 July 1 Opera
- 4 June 17, Out on the town in Santa Fe
- 5 Margarita Trail!
- 6 July 2 - July 4: Carlsbad Cavern and Whitesand National Monument trip
- 7 Jun 25 - Jun 26: Bisti Badland overnight trip
June 18, Taos!
JP wants to take a trip up to Taos & Ojo Caliente. Come see small mountain towns, interesting geology, and maybe a stop at Ojo Caliente Hot Springs on our return.
Current plan will be to meet up in the parking circle at St. John's at 10:00am on Saturday morning. We'll then head up through the High Road to Taos and see some nice old towns, then lunch in Taos, see the Rio Grande Gorge, go to art museums,. On the way back, if some people feel like it, we can stop at Ojo Caliente Hot Springs.
JP's Cool Hatchback GTI
- Andy M
Santiago's K00L Rental (5 seats)
Juste's rental car
- Juste (driver)
Emanuele's car (5 seats)
- Donovan Platt
- Jesus Mario
- Jesús Arroyo
Carla can driver her Subaru, but we'll still need a rental to get everyone to Taos
- (this spot is middle back seat and one needs to have short legs and not mind closeness)
JP's Other Car
- Ruichen (can drive too, California license since 2012)
- Cheng Jin
Question: JP, do you want to designate driver for this car? Or you don't care much? --Ruichen
Answer: Leadership is emergent and who would like to drive is OK by me -- JP
Fabio's rental car
Renting a full-sized car. 5 riders will be USD $10.72 per person plus shared gas. Contact email@example.com for all the details.
Please specify whether you would like to become an additional driver, the kind of insurance you have, and whether you would like to use the car to go to more places as a group.
- Fabio: driver; I have a Maryland driver's license and an auto rental collision damage waiver with my Visa credit card.
- Lu Liu: additional driver; PA driver's license, no specific insurance.
- Sina: NJ driver license, I am happy to drive but I don't have a rental insurance
Interested in renting cars for Taos
A full-sized car can be rented by 5 people at USD $10.72 per person. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all the details.
Please specify whether you would like to take up on renting one of the cars, whether you would like to drive, the kind of insurance you have, and whether you would like to use the car to go to more places as a group.
Sunday, June 19: The Manhattan Project National Historical Park
Let us visit Los Alamos, birthplace of the atomic bomb.
|11:30AM||Meet up in the parking circle at St. John's College|
|12:15PM||Los Alamos Historical Museum|
|1:00PM||LANL's Bradbury Science Museum History Gallery|
|5:00PM||White Rock Overlook Park|
|Tsankawi prehistoric site|
|Other ideas are welcome|
Fabio's rental car
- Ruichen (may or may not go, since I might want to go to the museums as well...)
Interested in renting cars
Please specify whether you would like to take up on renting one of the cars, whether you would like to be an additional driver, the kind of insurance you have, and whether you would like to use the car to go to more places as a group.
Need a ride, not renting
July 1 Opera
The Santa Fe Opera season starts July 1 with Puccini's 1910 La Fanciulla del West -- a gold rush era drama set in the American West, called a "lyrical poem" by a Toscanini, and starring Minnie, a saloon owner who becomes the outlaw protagonists's love interest.
Seems like the perfect opera to see while we are in Santa Fe! It's common at the Santa Fe Opera to tailgate first -- which we can do with a quick trip to Whole Foods on our way.
If you're interested in going, sign up here. In a day or two we'll work on getting tickets together. Ticket prices seem to range from about $37 to over $300.
Marla or Abigail
Sign up here
- Nicole! (thanks so much for organizing this. It sounds amazing!)
June 17, Out on the town in Santa Fe
Is anyone interested in going out in Santa Fe after our first visit to the Santa Fe Institute? Drivers would be nice, but I was thinking we could uber there/back if people (understandably) don't want to DD
Open to suggestions for location
- Dan Biro
<!*We'll be bussing folks back from SFI on Friday after our BBQ and can drop at some location in town -JP*!>
- Hey JP, any recommendation for good hangouts? I know folks have gone to Second Street but I've heard margaritas at the Shed are good (that's more of a restaurant, though, IIRC). - Ellen
Second Street, Draft Station, Thunderbird, Secreto are all pretty cool hangouts. There's also the Violet Crown movie theater with a *huge* beer selection and nice open space down in the Railyard. -JP
Let's get our passport and tour the Margarita trail! Details here: http://santafe.org/Visiting_Santa_Fe/Self_Guided_Tours/Margarita_Trail/index.html
June 23, 6:00pm - Rodeo de Santa Fe
Come on down for the 67th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe! Watch real-life cowboys get thrown off of various species of raging livestock for their competition and your entertainment. Starts at 7:00pm, we should leave SJC about 6:00. http://rodeodesantafe.org/
Interested: Juni, JP, Ellen
2. Evelyn Strombom
JP's Totally Cool VW GTI (5 seats)
JP's Almost-as-cool Toyota 4Runner(5 seats)
1.<Gaetano - Awesome to drive it!>
2. Nai Seng
4. Ben Zhu
Biking (~ 8 miles downhill on the way)
1. Nicole (if others come)
3.Thomas (if there's a bike rental....)
Devrim's car (total 5 seats, I won't be driving (biking) but can lend my car to someone, contact me email@example.com (5 seats)
1. Ruichen (I can drive:-)!)
2. Anjali 3. Jesus MArio
5. Jesús Arroyo (if Devrim is not driving)
Still Needs a Ride
1. Ellen (MITREmobile might be available)
3. Moriah Echlin
5. (this spot is middle back seat and one needs to have short legs and not mind closeness)
June 24 @ 5:00pm - 1:00am Meow Wolf expedition: House of Eternal Return exposition and Concert at night: Nosaj Thing & Lucky Dragons
Apparently a mindblowing non-linear interactive exposition in the day and awesome concert at night, so we can do both in one go or you can join us for either ; )
You can check the info for the exposition here: https://meowwolf.com/about/visit/ and the concert here: https://meowwolf.com/event/currents-nosaj-thing-lucky-dragons/
Car volunteers welcome, otherwise we would just share and Uber, taxi or just take a lovely walk and watch the New Mexican nightsky (you know, just in case we suddenly find that there are double the stars in our view ;) Note: not free, expo is 18 and concert is 25, but I predict they are surely worth it!
Sign up here
- Ellen - I really want to see the House of Eternal Return, not sure I'm up for the concert but can always head back afterwards
- Usama: I don't mind walking
- Lorraine: looks awesome, also don't mind walking or Uber
June 25, 10:00am - Bandelier Field Trip
- Fractal Foundation Fractal Shows (http://fractalfoundation.org/fractal-shows/): First Friday in Albuquerque (July 1), Fourth Friday in Los Alamos (June 24)
- Rodeo de Santa Fe, June 22-25th
- Currents New Media Festival, Weekends in the Railyard
- Santa Fe Lavender Festival, June 18-19
- Santa Fe Opera!! options: 8:30pm start Fri July 1, Wed July 6 La Fanciuall del West (Puccini); Sat July 2 Don Giovanni
- 4th of July on Santa Fe Plaza
July 2 - July 4: Carlsbad Cavern and Whitesand National Monument trip
- Organizer: Ruichen: I have reserved a SUV from Enterprise for this trip (5 seats including driver). Cost will be split among everyone who participates:-) I have a California driver's license. I would like to stay at Airbnb or hostel/affordable hotel for both nights, since it is fairly close to the US/Mexico border and may not be safe to wander in the wild at night..
Tentative itinerary (can be changed):
- July 2
Leave St John's around 9:30am, head to Carlsbad Cavern National Park (takes about 5-6 hours), and visit the park till it closes. Stay at a hotel in the city of Carlsbad (one room, 2 queen beds, for 4 persons + add another movable bed -- let me know if this is okay. Only one Airbnb available in the area, and it is the same setup as hotel with 2 queen beds).
- July 3
Visit Carlsbad NP again (in the morning), head to White Sand National Monument after lunch. Visit White Sand NM till dinner time. Stay at Las Cruces (one hotel seems to have suites suitable for maximum 6 guests (2 bedrooms), at ~$150 total, still 2-3 beds though).
- July 4
Maybe visit White Sand NM once more and head back. Can stop by Albuquerque/Santa Fe downtown if there are festivals for the holiday.
Please sign up below. If you can drive, that would be a plus! (Ideally, it would be good to have at least 2-3 persons who can drive in such a multi-day road trip)
- Nicole: I can drive but would prefer not to
- Ryan (I have license and insurance)
- Devrim-I will be driving too, and can drive some people. I may consider leaving on Friday and stay for two nights, depending on the research schedule.
- Ben. I don't have drivers' license.
- Cheng Jin. I have Chinese driver's license and I can be a bench driver.
Jun 25 - Jun 26: Bisti Badland overnight trip
- Ruichen (Organizer): I have reserved one SUV for this overnight trip (seats 5, including driver).
Camping is an option, but I do not have any gear. And there is no designated campsite in the park (no water in the entire park/supplies.etc). I am thinking that maybe we can stay at Farmington, the closest town, and commute in and out the park. Cost will be split among everyone who participates:-) I have a California driver's license.
Please sign up below. If you can drive, that would be a plus! (Ideally, it would be good to have at least 2-3 drivers in such a multi-day road trip)
- Lula - I'm interested and am happy to drive.