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... I would be required to pay the $25.00. Disappointing, but if yesterday hadn't been Veterans Day I would have had to pay it anyway, so no harm no foul. Well, this morning, it turned out the same park gate employee was working, and he remembered me from yesterday. I was prepared to pay the fee, but he waved me on through without charging me the fee. Bonus!
The highway through Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona 64, heading east, ...
... they were discovered in 1850).
In the whole Four Corners area, by about 1300 AD, most of the villages were abandoned, the result of drought, overpopulation or conflict.
The remaining Anasazi (now known as Hopi) still ocupy a reservation in northern Arizona.
Some of the houses on the reservation have been lived in since 1100 AD.
Using Farmington NM as a base, ...
... Mexico border and the last Dimeh town called Shiprock. 30 miles later we were in Farmington and at the Motel 6. The Farmington motel was creepy and filled with creepy people. The creepy clerk told ne he rented away my reserved room when I got there. Just az I was about to punch him, he scrounged up a room which included free used soap bars in the shower. It was a cheap hotel, though, so I shouldn't complain. I just wonder how not providing a remote control for the TV helps them keep rates low. ...
So, today we broke the time space continuum by being in four states at once. After that particular bit of topographical magic, we dined out on an authentic Navajo Taco (yes, believe me, I was just as surprised there was such a thing) made out of the most tasty frybread I'd ever had - to be fair, that was the first time I had frybread to begin with.
... walk in town. It was along the Animas River, which is the same one in Durango. The walk was just a half mile away but it was so hot we had to drive it. At the river walk it was nice and shaded. Right at the parking lot was a Native American festival with arts and crafts, food, and an Indian blues band on stage. I got Pooh the last roasted corn at a concession stand which was one of the best I have ever tasted. We then took a two mile loop around the river. It was a nice ...