National Geographic : 1955 Feb
© National Geographic Society + Red-tipped Ocotillo Sets the Desert Afire near Caborca In drought the ocotillo appears to be the gray skele ton of a dead plant. Rain brings out tiny green leaves between the spines. In April red flowers bloom at the tip of each wandlike stalk and dance in the breeze. Cholla cactus, bane of cattle, bristles in foreground. western ways loaacnromes Dy enarles w. Herert + An American Buys Firewood in Alamos. "Two Pesos a Load," Gestures the Boy A string of donkeys creeping down a cobbled street is one of Sonora's pleasantest sights. This boy cuts wood in the hills and peddles it door to door. Mrs. Edward Schon and her husband lately remodeled this old adobe house. An iron grille guards the window.