Friday, May 21, 2021

Weekend Roundup

 Welcome to The Weekend Roundup...hosted by Tom The Back Roads Traveller

Starts with "U"  
2. A Favorite
3. UNDER chosen by Tom

Starts with "U"
We'll take a road trip this round.

Ute Lake derives its name from the Ute Indians. The Ute Indians called themselves Nunt'z, "the people," and were originally a Plains tribe that was driven into the Rocky Mountains by other Native Americans. They originally hunted as far west as the Great Salt Lake in Utah and as far east as northeastern New Mexico, western Oklahoma, and southeastern Colorado. The Shoshoni and Comanche Indians called them Ute Indians. 

Photo 2017 New Mexico

UNICORNS Thornhill Scotland

UNDER the counter in the market Mazatlan Mexico

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Milwaukee WI Riverwalk


  1. hmm Ute here is like a type of truck/vehicle that alot of people have.

  2. The Lord and Capricorn looks inviting and how good are the cute kids under the counter in Mexico.

  3. Interesting history Jackie. Love the shot of the 2 kids under the counter. Have a good weekend and stay safe.

  4. Jackie, thank you for the road trip. I didn't know much about the Ute tribe. I'm sort of like Amy the the pickup trucks. The were popular here in the. 60's and 70's. The Ford Utes were Rancheros, their fronts looked like Ford cars and had a pickup box in the back. Chevys had them too. I wonder what the Mexican kids were doing under the counter?


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