Back on Track
Well, here I go again. Not that I stopped going during this time; I’ve been busy with things I didn’t plan for when I left
On to TorC with a stop to look over Dragoon near the AZ/NM border. Not much to it since the Butterfield stage coach came through about a hundred years ago. The rock formations look cool, though and in my typical fashion, I didn’t stay overnight and ride the motorcycle around. I was still in the same pace as when I was working and running around with a busy schedule. I hope I can slow down enough to sniff the rocks.
Last January I bought a motorcycle in
Back at my cousin’s in time to go the local dairy for a trailer load of manure. Always a festive event, just the first part of the process of spreading it in the garden, wrestling with the rototiller, laying drip lines and planting. I like being able to help her with the heavy lifting like that. Weeds are a constant battle here and I do what I can, but she still has to hire guys to muscle them out. An acre is just too much. My most hated weeds are the goat heads… grrr.
Last week my acupuncturist, Marie, suggested I visit her uncle who is a Navajo medicine man for a Cedar Ceremony in his home on the Reservation near
I drove back to Caballo to finish preparations at my cousin’s for my trip on the motorcycle. The plan is to ride to
If the route shows me taking any interstates, go to “show options” and click “avoid highways” Give me a holler if you think of anything interesting along the way or if we might meet up somewhere.