Rodeo is a self-sufficient place,
it's so far away from everything else. Except Arizona, but who cares
Arizona? Despite being a victim of geography, Rodeo is doing fine. It
two stores, its own post office, even an art gallery. For the kids,
a playground north of town, with basketball hoops, jungle gyms and
But now, admit it -- you didn't even know this town even existed, did
I'm not sure how Rodeo got started, but I suspect
came to the area, said "There ought to be a town here," and got
one started. See a need, fill it. That's how Rodeo is. Many signs
town are handwritten. Just get the point across, simple, plain and
Leave the fancy stuff for Animas.
Rodeo is like translucent scotchtape:
doing its job, but nobody notices it. Rodeo isn't hiding, but I doubt
in any great hurry to be discovered either. I think Rodeo is happy
as it is: a quiet railroad town with one heck of a salad bar.