The Navajos Nail It

Illustration by Bob Boze Bell

Leave it to the Navajos to put an eloquent name on those unique summer storms that roll across northern Arizona this time of year. They refer to them as “tall, walking clouds.” Doesn’t get much more descriptive than that. Perfect.

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