Wednesday, November 09, 2005

This monument was erected to commemorate the surrender of Geronimo. It happened south of this spot but the road goes by here and look they've even put up a ramada with a table so you and the loved ones can have a picnic and discuss the official end of the Indian Wars.

It's on Highway 80 between Douglas, AZ and Rodeo, NM in a town called Apache. That's if you consider three buildings a town.

Those odd shaped stones that look like holes are metates (may TAH tays) that the Apache used to grind corn.

So it's not intended as a phallic symbol then?
maybe. I know Geronimo took it up the exit at the hands of the white man.
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