National Geographic : 1941 Dec
692 The National Geographic Magazine Arizona Highway Department Fearing Some Jinx, This Indian Carefully Leads His Burro Behind a Reflector "Eye" All such glass markers, and especially the "electric eye" that counts passing animals and vehicles, are avoided by superstitious red men. This is Indian Joe Webster, of Canyon de Chelly, Arizona; his tribal name, by coincidence, is "Brave Walking Around!" Courtesy Public Roads Administration Up to His Axles in Mud and Water-on a South Dakota "Road" in 1904 Buggy and wagon tongues were sometimes actually pulled out, as straining teams leaned into their collars and tugged to move the stalled vehicles. Many country roads are still impassable in rainy weather.