Lalo's Place, Cubero Village

Ceremony 103: "Years of rain and wind had weathered away the adobe plaster, exposing the symmetry of the brown adobes which were beginning to lose their square shape, taking on the contours of the mesas and hills."

Ceremony 87: "'I rode the bus this far. I saw the mountain, and I liked the view from here.' She nodded in the direction of the mountain, Tse-pi'na, the woman veiled in clouds. [. . .] Josiah pulled her close, promising himself he would never ask her what it was about the mountain that caused her to stop here."