Our flaky, buttery croissant was stuffed with sausage, egg, and cheddar, so a walk around town seemed in order. We headed around the block to Ajo Copper News which is an art gallery and book store, in addition to publishing a weekly newspaper. But we came for the mural! The longer you stare and the closer you get the more detail appears. Faces in the mountainside, cowboys chasing steers in the clouds; it really is a piece of eclectic art.
Back around to the plaza and more pictures which define this little town... the Ajo Immaculate Conception Church, and the old Curley School, which now houses artists' apartments:
Continuing on to check out Sue's Trading post, then pick up a few things from Olsen's Market: