I’ve had a really bad day. Joe’s light bar was stolen off his back truck as we slept in Tucumcari, New Mexico last night. Could that have been Lee Van Cleef?!
My bank card went from – yay – money for fuel to – grrrrrrr- minus amounts without spending a single penny.
So to make me feel better and so you don’t have to listen to the griping, casting curses for a male’s organ to fall off and rot, and other such Foolishness take a look at these – not so fantastic photos.
The western border of New Mexico and eastern border of Arizona is know as the “Checkerboard Reservation”. This part of the west is home to Apache, Zuni, Navajo, and Hopi people.
Mile after mile – 457 to be exact – of endless ribbons of highway …..
Gave way to rich red bluffs, chalky white weathered sculpted cliffs, then back to the red rock monoliths that arise and disappear across this landscape.
We had to make a stop in Sanders, Arizona at the Port of Entry to purchase permits to travel their roads. Two goats from a nearby homestead took a notion about the grass being greener than in the craggy and rocky land they live in.
Do you see the little brown goat? Maybe this will help.
Can you see the blonde colored goat?
Does this help?
Have a great evening everyone and thanks for stopping in.