Author: Pat

Solar Hot Water Heating

Solar water heaters—also called solar domestic hot water systems—can be a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your Angel Fire home. They can be used in any climate, and the fuel they use—sunshine—is free.

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Starfire Lodge Remains Unrepaired

For nearly one year now the Starfire Lodge remain rundown and vacant.

When resort manager Jon Mohanna was questioned by severl members at the Annual Member Meeting 2006 he stated no plans had been made to repair or demolish it.

The, once attractive, building has a chain link fence surrounding it highlighting it's continued deterioration!

What an embarasement to have to drive by this eyesore on our way home with visiting guests!

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AAFPO Board Ignores Term Limits

The Association of Angel Fire Property Owners board of directors elects Curtis Jones as President.

AAFPO By Laws limit officers of the board to 3 consecutive terms. Jones has already reached the term limit but is elected.

When one of the new board members points out this violation of the by laws, the board ignores it.

As a result any contracts entered into by the current board are illegal!

One wonders why the current board members so willingly and blatantly break the law !!!

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Angel Fire Blog FAQ Item 2

During the winters, fantastic snow skiing is literally minutes from your doorstep. Winter temperatures average lower-30's daytime to mid-teens in early morning. The average snowfall is 210″ annually with snow typically on the ground at Halloween. Being a mountain community, don't be surprised to see snowfall on Memorial Day Weekend too!

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Angel Fire Blog FAQ Item 1

The area provides great outdoor family activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, golf, and tennis during our mild summer days. Summer's average daytime highs are in the mid-70s to lows in the 40s with low humidity. Fall is golden, brisk, and dry offering some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere.

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Angel Fire News Item 4

The summer of 2007 will mark the 24th Season of Music from Angel Fire, the Festival that brings exquisite, world-class chamber music to the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico beginning Friday, August 17 and continuing through Monday, September 3. Residents and visitors alike have been dazzled season after season by the renowned international artists that perform an impressive array of works from the great Classical, Romantic, Baroque and Contemporary masters. The Festival will present 15 concerts this summer in the communities of Angel Fire, Taos, Las Vegas and Raton. This Season several New Mexico artists will join the Festival, including Guillermo Figueroa (Music Director/Conductor of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra) and Marc Neikrug (Artistic Director of the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival).

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Angel Fire News Item 3

Most building activity in Angel Fire, New Mexico prior to the 90s was for vacation homes. The increasing number of families moving to the area with children are presenting new challenges for our community. Elementary and Middle School children attend Eagle Nest Elementary/Middle School which involves an average 30 minute bus ride. Children in high school attend Cimarron High, which is an hour bus ride. A volunteer organization is working on building public schools in Angel Fire with land donated from Angel Fire Resort.

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Angel Fire News Item 2

The majority of residents are employed locally and are in the tourism industry. The primary employer is Angel Fire Resort which offers summer and winter employment. Being a tourist destination brings thousands of visitors to this quiet town during the winter months. Summer, however, provides a more relaxed pace of vacationers simply enjoying the cool, fresh air and the wonderful smell of pine trees. Being a relatively young town, Angel Fire is not without its growing pains. There is an increasing number of people making Angel Fire their full-time residence. As a result the Village of Angel Fire has taken over the Village sewer and water system, They are working right now on expanding the system. There is a new community center which was completed during the Summer 98 (ask for directions – it's not on a main road). Several new office complexes have been built in the last 3 years.

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Angel Fire News Item 1

The majority of residents are employed locally and are in the tourism industry. The primary employer is Angel Fire Resort which offers summer and winter employment. Being a tourist destination brings thousands of visitors to this quiet town during the winter months. Summer, however, provides a more relaxed pace of vacationers simply enjoying the cool, fresh air and the wonderful smell of pine trees. Being a relatively young town, Angel Fire is not without its growing pains. There is an increasing number of people making Angel Fire their full-time residence. As a result the Village of Angel Fire has taken over the Village sewer and water system, They are working right now on expanding the system. There is a new community center which was completed during the Summer 98 (ask for directions – it's not on a main road). Several new office complexes have been built in the last 3 years.

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Angel Fire Newsflash 3

The 34-mile drive traverses a beautiful forested section of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains between the pastoral Mora River Valley and the ski resort of Angel Fire. The drive not only passes through the lush grassy valleys and forested slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it also passes through time. It starts in Mora, a small Hispanic town settled in about 1816, and ends in Angel Fire, a modern resort town with skiing, golf, and other outdoor activities. Unlike most of the drives in New Mexico, this one passes largely through private land. Please respect the rights of property owners. Special attractions: Coyote Creek State Park, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Angel Fire ski area and resort, camping, fishing, and fall color. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.

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Angel Fire Newsflash 2

Yesterday all servers in the U.S. went out on strike in a bid to get more RAM and better CPUs. A spokes person said that the need for better RAM was due to some fool increasing the front-side bus speed. In future, busses will be told to slow down in residential motherboards.

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Angel Fire Newsflash 1

The 34-mile drive traverses a beautiful forested section of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains between the pastoral Mora River Valley and the ski resort of Angel Fire. The drive not only passes through the lush grassy valleys and forested slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it also passes through time. It starts in Mora, a small Hispanic town settled in about 1816, and ends in Angel Fire, a modern resort town with skiing, golf, and other outdoor activities. Unlike most of the drives in New Mexico, this one passes largely through private land. Please respect the rights of property owners. Special attractions: Coyote Creek State Park, Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Angel Fire ski area and resort, camping, fishing, and fall color. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.

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Welcome to Angel Fire New Mexico Property Owners Blog!

A virtual meeting place where Angel Fire New Mexico property owners and residents of Angel Fire share ideas and information.

Angel Fire Resort, being a New Mexico Ski Resort, has many non-resident property owners.  As a public service to the community and out of state property owners this site was created to keep out of town and out of state property owners in touch with Resort amenities improvements, village government agendas and area recreational activity schedules.

Local newspapers, dependent on Resort and local business advertising revenue, seem unable or unwilling to provide an interactive venue for Angel Fire Resort property owners and Angel Fire residents to post their own ideas and opinions on Angel Fire Village government decisions and Angel Fire Resort amenities maintenance and enhancements.

Authentic Navajo Rugs at Taos Tading PostThe Village Blog section of the site is open to posting ideas, opinions and information relating to Village of Angel Fire government.  Free registration is required.

The Resort Blog is open to posting by registered members, preferable Angel Fire Resort property owners, of their ideas, suggestions, opinions and information relating to Resort amenities.

The AAFPO  Blog will be for information about the Association of Angel Fire Property Owners Board of Directors.  Posts for meeting schedules, agendas and items of interest member's have and would like expressed to the board officers and board members.

In the Events Calendar we will list upcoming area recreational activities, Village council meetings, Association of Angel Fire Resort Property Owners board meetings.  Please email any events you would like to contribute using our Contact Us link.

Our Blogs are where registered members can post Bulletin Board style notices, discuss Village and Resort agendas and post miscellaneous items of interest to the community.

A Photo Gallery is provided to share images of our beautiful community.  Wildlife photos, Fishing photos, Skiing photos, Hiking photos, Golf photos, Resort amenities in need of repair or perhaps photos of safety concern to the Village or Resort.

A Fishing Blog where residents and visitors can post their fishing experiences on local streams and lakes.

A Skiing Blog for sharing of ideas and opinions on the Ski Resort or post ski reports.

A Golf Blog where our golfers can discuss Resort Golf Course conditions.

Remember, this is a community supported site!  You can post blog news and questions.  You can discuss community agendas in the Forums.  You can post your photos to the Gallery.  Just fill out the Registration form in the left navigation menu.  Confirm your registration in the registration confirmation email.  Your registration will be promptly approved and you'll be free to share your thoughts, ideas and opinions with all Angel Fire property owners and residents.

Please email any questions or suggestions for additions to the site using the Contact Us link.

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