[By the way, the website kachina.us says “The word kachina (kah-chee-nah) has long been used by outsiders to refer to any of the hundreds of spiritual beings central to Hopi religious life as well as to the dolls that depict them. However, according to the Hopi, katsina (kahts-ee-nah) is more correct and preferred. In English, the plural of kachina is kachinas, but in the Hopi language the plural of katsina is katsinam.”]
I rolled by — and stopped! — on October 18th.
Update (March 15, 2021): Today's entry What's behind 2005 and 2007 North Swan has the story of the mailboxes and people who lived in the building behind.