Roy's Postcards: 1984/04/16
Almost home. The cat traveling with us has been pretty good. See you soon. Sis. B.
NAVAJO INDIAN FAMILY
NEAR GALLUP, NEW MEXICO
A well kept team of horses and a wagon, once a common sight, are rapidly being replaced by modern means of transportation by the Navajos.
Pretty sure I've mentioned the Burnhams, the old couple from church who used to babysit me.
I guess Gallup would be a good place to keep horses.
See also: southwest
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