Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches

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Yesterday, on the way to visit my friend Mac on Roosevelt Lake, I stopped off to see the Tonto Cliff Dwellings and to dream of life in this Salt River Valley some six or eight hundred years ago.

Today we went bass fishing on Apache Lake. The fish are safe. Not even frightened. But it was fun visiting my old pal, his brother and my good friend, Skip, and their friend Mike. Now I have to go, I smell fish from other days frying.

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2 thoughts on “TONTO CLIFF DWELLINGS Daily Painting #897

  1. Making a city dwelling on a cliff never looked easy. They made them so beautiful. I wonder how long it took them to finish the work with the tools they had. They were very smart knowing how to get air to everyone and being able to get there to build it. I wonder if they ever thought that someday an artist would be painting their home to show how they lived.

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