National Geographic : 1923 Feb
ENCIRCLING NAVAJO MOUNTAIN WITH A PACK-TRAIN 211 THE DIVIDE IN REDBUD PASS To the left is the cleft through which a trail was blasted. Behind the bush in the right hand center began a series of dried-out, sand-filled potholes. Fortunately, the ninth and lowest of them contained still water, which we could reach with rope and bucket. Without this water, trail-making might have been greatly delayed.