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Guarding an Oasis in the Desert

Posted on March 26, 2012

You ever been old? Me either but if I ever get there I hope I can be slim and stately and marching around a water tank, protecting a natural resource that belongs to us and future generations. That would be good and honorable work.

Here are some pics of Jetsonorama’s new work on the reservation. Check out the windmill. Nice!

Jetsonorama “Secody’s Watertank” (photo © Jetsonorama)

Jetsonorama “Secody’s Watertank” (photo © Jetsonorama)

Jetsonorama “Secody’s Watertank” (photo © Jetsonorama)



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