People who hear or read Ernest Thompson Seton’s story of “Lobo, The King of Currumpaw”, often ask just where Currumpaw is or was. The answer to that question has not been very clear – beyond somewhere in Northeast New Mexico. If you look very carefully at maps, you may find Currumpaw or Currumpah. The area is quite close to Capulin Volcano National Monument, which is one of those places I remember very well from my youth-nearly 50 years ago. I also visited there with my own son five years ago – on the way to a Philmont trek.
I thought website visitors might be interested in the National Park Service’s take on the Lobo story. Here’s a link: http://www.nps.gov/cavo/historyculture/ernest-thompson-seton.htm