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Yes, Leon is a Park Ranger at Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. He is employed by the Pueblo de Cochiti under auspices of Bureau of Land Management, US Department of the Interior.
(We don't do dress-up! It's for real! and that makes it so much sexier, don't you think?)
It is a temporary position but he is well liked and his supervisor has practically guaranteed him a permanent position with BLM provided he can pass the grade.
He loves it. He has to hike the trail 3-4 times per week. 70 stories up and 4 miles round trip . You can see a fairly good video of the park, the rock formations and hiking trail here: Tent Rocks
|Leon fixing the pulley on the flag pole at|
Veteran's Memorial Overlook, Tent Rocks
|OL of Guadalupe in Santa Fe|
|Benni waiting for Rattlesnake Training|
|Wild Horses in Cochiti|
|Dogs Running on the Dome Road|
|View From Our Front Yard|
|My Tiny Garden|
|Wild Flowers of Unknown|
|Sugarite Canyon Lake, Raton, NM|
"Green, Like Vermont!"
|Benni Looking at Cochiti Lake |
from the Ridge off Koorani Street
|Our New Sweat-equity Walkway|
From the Courtyard
|Bonanza Creek Ranch Movie Set|
|Our Dining Room with|
Three of Dad's Paintings
|Gate to the Courtyard|
|My First In-the-Wild Rattlesanke|
Hopefully my Last