Headed west on 66, Lupton is the first town inside the Arizona state line.
Looks like the old Kodachrome didn’t do the colors of the Painted Desert any favors here.
"Ain’t the Painted Desert pretty?" Sure is.
An older linen postcard scene transferred to a newer (1950’s) glossy photo postcard.
An older linen card view of the Painted Desert.
A more vividly colored card, but pictures don’t do justice to its beauty. You have to see it in person to truly appreciate it.
Now we head into the Painted Desert of Northern Arizona.
Beautiful but busy old linen postcard.
Oh for the days when you could put a name and city on a piece of mail and it’d get where it was supposed to. And all for two cents.
In case you wondered, the back tells you all you need to know: “Navajo weaver.”
Old linen postcard of a Navajo hogan.