Cecil Rodgers, known as “Buck,” was my mother, Lucille’s, oldest brother. He left home at a young age and headed west. He ended up in Arizona and was a working cowboy on cattle and horse ranches. He met his wife, Betty, a full blooded Navajo Indian and they opened Trading Posts in Cameron, Vermillion Cliffs and Antelope Hills, known throughout Arizona as Buck Rodgers Trading Post. My aunt was adopted as a child by the Wetherills, who were instrumental in helping the Navajo’s and educating the Navajo children on the Navajo reservation. Her father John discovered the Rainbow Bridge around 1919.