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Cave Paintings via MuleMarch 20, 2016

  • Cueva Flecha
  • Vaquero Tete heads out for the day's ride
  • Goat cheese aging at Rancho Santa Teresa
  • In the Canyon
  • Trudi & Tonio prepare breakfast
  • Palms in the Canyon
  • A passing vaquero
  • Burros are not known for going where you want them to
  • Carol on Steady Eddie, aka "Lurch"
  • Azucena, Tete's daughter, on her first trip with tourists

It’s culture, adventure, history. It’s desert prickly and canyon lush. It’s large furry animals in whom you put your trust as they pick their ways down impressive trails… I never thought this trip would stick in my heart so deeply, but it did.

The caves are are a good excuse to get you there, but it’s about so much more than that. The caves are mysteries left over 10,000 years ago. Why are the figures so big? How did they paint them way up there? Were they a race of giant people? What happened to the painters?

For more story & photos, please see the blog–Cave Art & Cowboys
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