Sunday, October 24, 2010
Arizona page three
This picture makes me giggle. Same little house but look at the cactus. It has eyes and one eyebrow. LOL Like some one played a prank and shaved the other off. Just what it made me think of.
This is the doggie door. There were several at each end of the house with trap doors inside for the dogs. She said most days they propped them up and let the dogs come and go as they pleased. At night they remained closed to keep the critters at bay. One dog in, one dog out to watch the herds.
In this picture you see in far left corner the lady who grew up here and behind the well is her grand daughters. The step on the well was created for her because she was so short to reach the water.
Last from the old homestead is the Indian holographs.
The lady said that a old Cherokee Indian lived across the road from the house in his tepee. He was their helping hand on the property.
So tomorrow I will edit the pics from the old rangers station and the top of south Mountain. Until then have a wonderful evening.