|Roper Lake Fishing Dock|
This old burnt out adobe seems to have been abandoned some years ago.
|Obviously a lot of work went into building this place -- look at that stone fence!|
|Looking through three doors to the back yard.|
"Juanita Molina, born July 12, 1892" (it says in Spanish), "died at the age of 14 years."
Not far beyond we came to the end of the paved road, drove a few yards further and turned down toward the Gila River. And here we found kind of a dam, with a diversion of a large share of the river's water to a major irrigation canal.
|This is the control for the diversion|
|And this is irrigation canal getting the diverted water.|
|"J. Fred Blake, General Merchandise, Standard Oil Products"|
No, those aren't the long awaited pictures of Suzy. Be patient! Oh, by the way, these pictures of our dinners are for Mike McFall, who absolutely dislikes FOOD pictures. The second one is Suzy's plate --she ate about 1/5 of the food, half of a grilled chile relleno, the tomatoes and some of the beans!
But for now, please come back as we continue along the Salsa Trail and ... Our Life on Wheels!