There's no electricity at Rita Apachito's home or in her sheep pin, so her grandchildren sheer the animals with hand-powered sheers. The entire family participates in the annual summer event, which takes place over several weekends on the Navajo Nation, about an hour west of Albuquerque, N.M. (2007) (image by Lillian J. Kelly)
There's no electricity at Rita Apachito's home or in her sheep pin, so her grandchildren sheer the animals with hand-powered sheers. The entire family participates in the annual summer event, which takes place over several weekends on the Navajo Nation, about an hour west of Albuquerque, N.M. (2007)
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