Across the street from the Cochise Church was a small, wooden home that appeared to have no human activity around it. One of the indicators that I look for to see whether or not a home has inhabitants is whether or not there is a garbage can outside. Most folks who leave an abode for good may leave behind an assortment of furniture, clothing, toys and kitchenware strewn about. However, there is rarely a trash receptacle remaining at the abode. Don’t have a clue what that is all about.
Since there was no garbage can anywhere in sight, I headed over there. Behind the house was a wooden and tin garage with no doors on it. I placed, photographed and documented cowboy and indian art piece #129 on an empty shelf in the back of the garage.
It was time to get on the highway and head back to my home at the RocknW Ranch/ Art Studio in the southern part of Graham County. Back to an abode that had a few trash receptacles. One in particular for “harvested horse manure” - just calling my name.