This trading post in Kaibeto, AZ on the Navajo Nation tells a rambling history of change through use, maintenance, and decay. People adapted the use overtime, responding to the immediate and ever changing needs of the space. The vernacular aesthetic is utilitarian, yet there is a beautiful sensibility of materials and building techniques. Each move, overtime, lends itself to this language, it works well because it is in direct response to the environment. There is no one name for this feeling, it is the quality without a name, which draws people to the space and to want to *be *in the space.