Back to the Rez
I'm in Window Rock, Arizona on a two week contract with the Navajo Nation Auditor General's Office, my former employer from 1997 to 2001. First time I've been in this part of the world in almost six years. The past few days have been pretty busy and haven't left much time for much of anything but figuring out a new routine in a different place.
The trip in was kind of dicey--I hit snow showers not too far west of Albuquerque on I-40, which made for slow going. The snow lasted all the way over the Continental Divide at Thoreau, NM. I passed about four vehicles that ended up rolled over in the median. I just hung with the truckers and took it easy. After Thoreau the road and weather were reasonably clear in to Gallup where I stayed the night. I had a chance to see a few old friends and check out the monthly art crawl and have a few beers at the American Bar.
Sunday I made it to Window Rock and have been working since. Here are a few photos from Sunday.
Gallup Sunday Morning
The Cliffs in Window Rock
Looking Toward the Defiance Plateau
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