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Travel Blogs from Bluff
... thousand acres, for herding sheep. Today, he has horses, sheep, goats, cattle and some friendly dogs. He was able to share his culture with us through art; the wood frame of a Hoogan; and medicinal sand painting. His grandfather was a medicine man. Lorenz also sang a traditional Navajo song.
We were treated to homemade Indian fry bread and even got to make our own. These were topped with taco fixings. We saw a finished ...
... short way to see the final Owachomo Bridge. On the way back we drove past the B&B, into the Valley of the Gods, where a 17 mile gravel road passes between the sandstone monoliths and pinnacles. So with Indian flute and drum Mesa tunes playing and the afternoon sun burnishing the rocks red we were the only people in the valley and it was an amazing ...
Temperature (low/high): 58/77 (temp was not above 70 until the final hour of the day)
Franchise restaurants: 5
Franchise motels: 0
Wildlife (today/overall): Elk (more)/White tail deer, black bear, coyote, antelope, elk
Route (I neglected to start recording in the park so this only captures the highway miles):
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... tried to re-attach the cover (we just stashed it inside to try again later) we were back on the road. The scenery on the drive out was quite pretty - I love how the landscape changes so often. It was really gusty & windy though so Ben had a bit of a job keeping Tobes on the road. All was going well until we got to Williams and Toby stalled at the stop sign coming off an exit ramp. Which has never happened before... He started up ok there so we came into town, ...
... needed since we weren't able to get online last night.
Tomorrow we will go to Bryce Canyon and then head west. We are both anxious to get to California. One could spend a year in each state we've been to and not see all that there is to see. We had to choose the places we really wanted to see and it wasn't easy. New Mexico might take two years. Anyone want to go?
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & Jens