Travel Blogs from Monument, United States

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Hubbard Glacier, Mother Nature at work., Glacier Bay National Monument, United States travel blog

Hubbard Glacier, Mother Nature at work.

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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When we woke the next morning the ship was rocking vigorously, the sea was quite rough and there were strong wind gusts. We did not expect a ship of this size to be to influenced by the oceans movement. We went to the Gym for our daily exercise routine. ...

Out of this world: White Sands National Monument, White Sands National Monument, United States travel blog

Out of this world: White Sands National Monument

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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... that the wind blew into dust and sand storms. They in turn became the magnificent sand dunes of White Sands National Monument. [video--coming soon. Trouble uploading it.]   “No place else in the world do you find these alabaster ...

White Sands National Monument, White Sands National Monument, United States travel blog

White Sands National Monument

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I left camp at 9AM and drove 18 miles to White Sands National Monument.  Can you guess why they call it that?  Well, the sand dunes formed over 250 million years ago when this region was at the bottom of the sea ...

Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods & Four Corners, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods & Four Corners

A travel blog entry by brent-n-toby

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Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods & Four Corners Monument. We took a LONG road trip from our temporary base camp in Tuba City East of the Grand Canyon. We had moved on from the nasty trailer park and found this one behind a hotel, but in a great ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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A native american experience, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

A native american experience

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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... a couple of hours whizzing around native american desert with a couple of navajo indians! And they could certainly go, the 4-6 miles to monument valley tribal park was an adventure in itself with the boiling desert air rushing past our faces at 60 mph it ...

Kaboom, Mount Saint Helens National Volcanic Monument, United States travel blog

Kaboom

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen

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... dam, 1,888 feet (575 m) long and 184 feet (56 m) high, on the North Fork Toutle River. Completed by the United States Army Corps of Engineers in 1989, it is meant to prevent sediment from the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens from increasing ...

Under the stars, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Under the stars

A travel blog entry by natalie.j95

Majestic. That is the best word to describe Monument Valley. From huge mesas to beautiful sand dunes to the overall scenery, it was beautiful in its majesty. We took a jeep tour through the valley led by native Navajo John who told us all about the area ...

Straight out of the westerns, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Straight out of the westerns

A travel blog entry by carolandowen

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... everywhere - it is one of the most impressive drives we have ever taken. This was followed by an afternoon trip into Monument Valley. This is the landscapes of westerns such as Stagecoach and almost every other John Wayne film. The natural beauty of the ...

To The Moon and Back ... In A Day, Craters of the Moon National Monument, United States travel blog

To The Moon and Back ... In A Day

A travel blog entry by betsyandkris

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Today we hit the road to go visit Craters of the Moon which is a national monument about 3 hours to the west of our cabin. I can remember visiting this place as a kid almost 40 years ago, being left with the impression of how bizarre the area was. The ...

"Western Feeling" - Tagestour ins Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by ohle-kramer

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... sind ja viele nicht US-amerikanische Touristen hier und ob die Franzosen täglich auf Facebook posten ;-) ---  Die Fahrt ins Monument Valley (knapp 150 Meilen oder 2h pro Richtung) war recht entspannend und obwohl die Kulisse ja einem alten ...

Colorado National Monument, Colorado National Monument, United States travel blog

Colorado National Monument

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... coach before setting out on the scenic drive. We enjoyed many of the overlooks.  Although this is a beautiful national monument, it was a bit of a letdown after Canyonlands. Both parks are a part of the Colorado plateau with similar ...

Fort Union National Monument, New Mexico, Fort Union National Monument, United States travel blog

Fort Union National Monument, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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A second Northern New Mexico site along I-25 that I somehow missed in my previous travels is Fort Union National Monument, a few miles off the highway just north of Las Vegas, NM. And like Pecos, Fort Union is only the remains of what once was, a large ...

Jewel Cave:  2002 US Roadtrip, Jewel Cave National Monument, United States travel blog

Jewel Cave: 2002 US Roadtrip

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

Drove 27 miles from Mount Rushmore to Jewel Cave. My tour only went through half a mile of the 127 mile cave system. I guess I have more to see for next ...

Encore dans Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Encore dans Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by loupsvoyagent

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... 'paré, on part tout de suite vers Page, AZ pour trouver un Wal-Mart, ravitailler en nourriture et acheter un nouveau portable. Bref on est reste une semaine dans Monument Valley, pour admirer les roches et les Indiens Navajo est prendre une vraie pause. ...

Photos of Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Photos of Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by cazza_macca

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Little Bighorn, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, United States travel blog

Little Bighorn

A travel blog entry by therizzos

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Little Bighorn was a battle fought in June 1876 between the US cavalry and American Indians.  General Custer brought troops here to make the Indians move off the land because it was the law now and they weren't obeying.  But they told them to ...

Zeme Marlboro Mana, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Zeme Marlboro Mana

A travel blog entry by jaromir_mazak

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Po vymene auta jsme na nic necekali a rovnou se vydali smer Monument Valley. Planovali jsme prespani v kempu v parku Goosenecks, ale kemp se ukazal jako prazdne velke parkoviště, kde ficel vitr (alespoň byl teply). Stan bychom tu ale ...

The Ancestral Pueblo  Homes of Bandelier, Bandelier National Monument NM, United States travel blog

The Ancestral Pueblo Homes of Bandelier

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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After our tour of Santa Fe, we headed Northwest to visit Bandelier National Monument. Bandelier holds some of the most incredible displays of Ancestral Pueblan dwellings. The Ancestral Puebloans built unfathomable 'apartments' into the towering walls ...

monument valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

monument valley

A travel blog entry by holz_g

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From Lake Mead to Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

From Lake Mead to Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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... ;early in the morning of the valley floor covered in cloud, and just the top of the 'buttes' protruding through.    Monument Valley is one of the areas in the world that has the darkest skies,  so it makes star watching ...

Fossil Butte National Monument :  2002 US Roadtrip, Fossil Butte National Monument, United States travel blog

Fossil Butte National Monument : 2002 US Roadtrip

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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I left the Tetons at 9AM on July 2nd and drove 156 miles to Fossil Butte National Monument in Wyoming and arrived at 1:20PM. There were beautiful hills/buttes of every shade of red, yellow, orange, brown and green. Originally they were below a lake 50 ...

Northern California, Lava Bed National Monument, United States travel blog

Northern California

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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... a Washingtonu před námi byla spousta míst, takže jsme jeli dále. Poslední zastávkou v Kalifornii byl Lava Bed National Monument, kde se nachází mnoho jeskyní vytvořených tekoucí lávou. Dvě z nich jsme navštívili a ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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Once we got our bearings in Page, we headed to the Northeast corner of Arizona to see Monument Valley. The 2 hour drive took us to Indian land that has been used countless times by Hollywood for "Old West" scenes.  The surrounding Buttes were awe ...

Following in the footsteps of John Wayne, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Following in the footsteps of John Wayne

A travel blog entry by pfl_guy

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... and use their native language and respect their culture. He also spoke of the poverty in Olijeto compared to the "riches" that the clans in Monument Valley had due to tourism. However, in contrast to this, he also has a list of the many movies he and his ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by divokyzapadjaz

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... sice mokrou očistou v myčce,ale okna skřípou stále po písku. Dá se jet přímo k překrásným monumentům vlastním autem,ale to že máme SUV se opravdu hodilo. Cesta je víc než drsná.Když jsme si ...

Natural Bridges to Monument Valley, Goulding Trading Post, United States travel blog

Natural Bridges to Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by jabuofr

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... edge.  Reached the Navajo Indian Reservation which was slightly intimadating because I know nothing about their laws and culture but it was another fantastic ride going through Monument Valley. Heading to another "trading post" this ...

Monument Valley , Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by ryan.r.smith.87

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The drive from Moab to the border of Arizona - Utah was great! The terrain was great to look at while we were driving. The only bad thing was that there were hardly any gas stations or people around which was unsettling because if your car breaks down, ...

Wonderful, wonderful..., Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Wonderful, wonderful...

A travel blog entry by mememe

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... nice town called Moab, which in hind site, I wish I'd have stayed at instead of Price.  Best part was the approach to Monument Valley. I remember being a kid and seeing the cover of "Best of The Eagles" and hoping I would go there one day...and here ...

Monument Valley, Monument Valley, United States travel blog

Monument Valley

A travel blog entry by oandb

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