Red clay barracks crumble in the ceaseless winds enveloping Fort Union National Monument. The wind is older than the clay.
It pushed itself against the first sentry tower, against the legions of horse and men protecting the prairie. Wagon ruts meander over the gently rolling landscape, face the wind with earth scarred, defiant. The clay holds mystery, holds the almost forgotten memory of man against man.
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