After the previous post and over one hundred-twenty comments, we could use a break!
How about a calm, relaxed walk around Ajo? That’s what the crew and I do today.
It’s an exceptionally pretty day to be walking around, sniffing posts and taking photos.
(They do the sniffing, I snap the pics.) The railroad tracks are behind this structure.
I enjoy seeing the different styles of homes. I like the castle turrets on this one.
Few homeowners have grass to mow!
The landscaping of this house showcases many different desert plants.
The front of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church is frequently photographed. This is the view from the back.
Every angle makes a lovely photo.
The mural on the Ajo Copper News building is quite impressive.
A mosaic reminds us of the Indian, Mexican, and Anglo heritage of Ajo. See the three skin colors on the face.
The mosaic wall is near large shade trees. The crew rests on grass (!) while I view the art and reflect on its messages.
I leave them in the PTV so I can browse some of the shops. On the way back to Darby Well Road, I stop for gas and see one more mural.