Travel Blogs from Four Corners Monument, United States

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Four Corners = No Corners, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Four Corners = No Corners

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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No Corners at All The Four Corners Monument is the spot where Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado all share one common corner, It wasn't too far out of the way to where we were headed – Monument Valley – so we thought we’d do the ...

Four Corners Monument, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Four Corners Monument

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

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A unique place to visit. I would recommend this place if you are in the area. Parking is all over the place with no defined parking lot. This may be a problem if visiting later in the ...

Out of Monument Valley and onto the great western, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Out of Monument Valley and onto the great western

A travel blog entry by jasonstaten

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... out  I was surrounded by the amazing beauty and history I had seen before. I started out and ended up passing several signs for Four corners. I decided I would go check it out since I was so close. When I arrived it was kind of like a strip mall with ...

Onward to Colorado and Four Corners Monument, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Onward to Colorado and Four Corners Monument

A travel blog entry by lynnies

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... to Cameron. A good way to pass long drives and fun with our two brains put together :) I had always wanted to stand in Four Corners ever since first hearing about it (as I recall from a school project that Heather did). How fascinating that there was a ...

Just Arbitrary, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Just Arbitrary

A travel blog entry by twofortheroad

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... why I get annoyed so easily by inconsiderate tourists, but I do. Even though it was really cold and pretty windy, the Four Corners was really neat. I bought a couple of bracelets from some native Navajo people. I'm glad to support the Navajo Nation. ...

Cliff Dwellings, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Cliff Dwellings

A travel blog entry by harnishtrip2013

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... went back to the campground, where Dad and Jack went swimming. I took a nap, and we had lunch. We started driving to Four Corners Monument. There wasn't much there- it only took about 10 min, and we continued driving to the Grand Canyon. We stopped in ...

Long awaited update, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Long awaited update

A travel blog entry by david_m

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Darn it! Four corners monument was closed when I got there, it's on Navajo tribal land, maybe i'll catch it on my way back. Heading to Sante Fe, NM next to look through the state records then I'm off to Carlsbad ...

Four Corners Monument, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Four Corners Monument

A travel blog entry by gustn

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3659′56.3″N 10902′42.6″, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

3659′56.3″N 10902′42.6″

A travel blog entry by the_blue_anzac

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It was not a national park but the concept of having four state borders on one spot, why not see it ? It was only making the trip a bit longer and the scenery to /from the corner was ever changing and showed the vast remoteness of these communities living ...

please do not leave human remains behind, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

please do not leave human remains behind

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure

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... . The only place where you can be in four states with the placement of your foot or your entire body can be split into four states. A little bit of history shows New Mexico's survey lines may have been moved at one time and challenge in court in later ...

Four Corners (AZ, UT, CO, NM), Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Four Corners (AZ, UT, CO, NM)

A travel blog entry by travelprincess1

Very cool - if I didn't have a stomach bug. But hey, I'm one of the few and proud to have puked in 2 states at once. ...

Only four state corner in US, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Only four state corner in US

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... To be honest we weren't sure what to expect. It turned out to be a plaque on the floor where the four states meet, with a separate flag and monument for each state, surrounded by, you guessed it, market stalls. Not just any market stalls but Navajo ...

Four States at Once, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

Four States at Once

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

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... then headed north up to The Four Corners, where Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico border each other. Now, The Four Corners Monument used to be off geographically, but I read that Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico adjusted their borders so ...

I'm in  Arizona, New Mexico, Utah & Colorado, Four Corners Monument, United States travel blog

I'm in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah & Colorado

A travel blog entry by t2tov

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... Miles from Current Position to Fisherman's Wharf: 991 miles Miles to Next Stop (Grand Canyon) 270 States I've run through: 14 The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwestern United States where the states ...

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