Day two on the ranch with the Jones's brought another
beautiful day with blue skies and pleasant weather!
There is a lovely spot on the ranch where the Zuni people lived hundreds of years ago.
Here in this area, we can find Indian ruins and pottery shards.
The site sits against the Mesa, protected
by orange cliffs and jumpier trees.
Digging for pottery and other ancient treasures
is not necessary since the pottery sherds are exposed everywhere
on top of the dirt, it's fascinating and sacred.
The pottery has impressive designs and colors
and we each picked our favorite pieces to take home.
The day wouldn't be complete without a trip to the gas station/
trading post/firework store/Dairy Queen/t-shirt stand/moccasins/
rattlesnake bolo tie collection/turquoise jewelry/socks/crap toys/knives/
feather elastics/sombreros/and every kind of Gatorade you could imagine.
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Teachings from RMN:
The Spirit of Elijah, October 1994
"The daily building of happy memories in our families is
an important part of making family history pleasant.
Each day on earth can bring a little bit of heaven."