The second 22-ft. long arrow was erected Friday just before lunch on FM 597 west of the Yellow House Ranch headquarters gate. It is less than three miles away from the Yellow Lakes which were a destination for Indians before written history. The presence of those lakes, and other lakes in the area, were recorded by early Spanish explorers, by New Mexicans who herded sheep across the Llano Estacado and who traded with the Indians, and finally by buffalo hunters and early cattlemen who found the lakes to be a reliable source of life-saving water.
The arrow recognizes the Comanche Indians and Chief Quanah Parker. While Parker did not keep a record of his travels, it is certain that Comanches visited the area.