I'm sorry, you are Gus's great grandson. I also see others asking about New Mexico tales, lore and legends. The fact that my teeth are long, I know hundreds. The Secret of Cabazon PeakOne beautiful fall evening, standing in front of the Ace Pawnshop, we were waiting for Mom to close. Gene Anton, Gus and I were enjoying the cool night air. Gus, pointed to a rise southwest of Mount Taylor,Well... You gentlemen know my Sugarfoot, she told me her people have lived here for hundreds of years, this is their land. A strange band of people known as Cabezon, came to this land. They found it to their liking, and when they came in contact with my wife's people, they informed them they would have to git, ~We want this land as our own~You must remember my wife's people have been here since the start of time, and they refused! A warning came from the Cabezons, should my wife's tribe not adhere to their warning they would be engaged in warfare, and her entire tribe would be destroyed.Sugarfoot's people desired to stay, they decided to call upon their top warrior, known as Twin War Brothers, to lead them during the coming battle. When the morning sun rose, the mountains began to tremble, the chief Cabezon was moving forward, preparing for battle. A hush fell upon my wife's people as he began to appear. The closer he came the larger he grew, his height reached fifty foot, maybe a little more. This giant roared down and told them to leave. Just the sight of this huge fierce warrior caused many of the tribe to run in fear. This fear did not touch Twin War Brothers. He carefully removed his finest arrow from the quiver. He inserted it into his bow and aimed at the giants head. Truth be told no arrow has ever traveled this high. And to the amazement of my wife's people, it flew true to its course and landed square between the eyes of the chief Cabezon. If I were to tell you it took a great deal of time before this giant fell to the earth, I would not be accused of any extreme exaggeration. Fall he did, his lifeless body was there for everyone to see. As soon as the chieftain had fallen, the bears and coyotes, with the aid of the buzzards, devoured the body leaving only the head. The head was much too ugly to eat.As I listened to this yarn spinning I knew somewhere in the back of my mind the story seemed vaguely familiar, with a different cast of characters, maybe even in the Bible. I knew the story Gus told was true, the Giants head was lying in front of me. When in Grants, make sure you see Cabezon's Peak. Remember this will, in all likelihood be the only time you will ever be able to see the dead head of a giant .