Of all the tribes along the Colorado River, in the old days, the Mojave had a wicked sense of humor to match the raging torrent that swept away their humble abodes at least once a year.
Ear to The Ground
Two cowboys are riding along when they come upon a Mojave lying on his stomach with his ear to the ground. One of the cowboys says to the other, "These Mojaves are amazing. They can listen and hear things for miles in any direction."
The In-din looks up and says, "Covered wagon, about two miles away. They have two horses, one brown, one white. Man, two kids, all their belongings in the back of the wagon."
Both cowboys are stunned. "How in the hell do you do that?"
The Mojave says, "Ran over me about a half hour ago."
If a Chickasaw man marries a woman who is half Potawatomi and half Hualapai, what do you call their kids?