Bloom by Richard Martin
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Epilogue 163 Page IX Illustrations LeRoss Apple frontispiece Steamboat Butte XVII Wedding Cake Butte XVII Red sandstone formation XVIII White sandstone formation XIX Kenton and cemetery XXI Tomb of D. K. Lord XXIV Wesley Labrier XXVII Marion K. Collins XXVII Dust storm 8 Tommy Hughes 30 Black Jack Ketchum on gallows 32 Black Jack Ketchum prepared for hanging 32 Remains of Black Jack Ketchum 33 Timber from old windmill 39 Marion Collins as a young woman 53 Four women of Kenton 54 Molly and Albert Easley and children 55 Picnic 56 Ice-cream parlor 58 Page X Brian McDaniels 59 Old bank building 61 Doc Dunlap 61 Ruins, north side of Main Street, Kenton 62 Log across old road 63 Bottle tree and freezer-lid door 69 Ike Like family 75 Three cowboys, Bud Henry Davis, Miller Easley, and Jimmy Wiggins 77 Laughing cowboy (Junior Labrier) 78 A group of jolly cowboys 79 Leon and LeRoss Apple 80 Ruins of New Mexico schoolhouse 87 Ruins of New Mexico schoolhouse (interior) 87 View of valley floor looking east 88 View of valley floor looking west 89 Robbers' Roost 95 Ed Lord in front of Lord's Store 102 South side of Main Street, ca.
I called him. "Son, I'm going crazy. I have lost the Crease River, the Corrumpa, and the Carrizozo. " I was especially upset at having lost the Corrumpa. I knew I had crossed it many times, but I could not find it anywhere on the map. "Mama," Kelly said, "just hold on. " I think Kelly files his maps by date, the more modern ones on top. I could hear him pulling down maps, then silence. "Mama, I can't find the Corrumpa either, but here is the Carrizozo, joining the Cimarron just west of Kenton. There doesn't seem to be a Crease River.
The wheel was not there when I first saw it, and the tower had begun to lean just a little. Over the years on our trips to Clayton, I watched that tower lean further and further. Each time I was sure that I would never see it againthat the next high wind would surely bring it the rest of the way down. I grew up, went away, and when I at last came back the tower was gone. Last summer Fred and Reva Rae Brown and I got in Fred's big old truck and lumbered out to the Valley. Just before we went down Reif Hill, I pointed out the windmill, and Fred drove over the cattle guard and around the little rise.