Tse Li Gah Sinil' Hospitality

Address: Window Rock, Arizona, United States | Campground
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This campground, located in Window Rock, is near Navajo Reservation, Navajo Nation Museum, and St. Michaels Historical Museum and Mission.
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Travel Blogs from Window Rock

Old America, New Mexico

A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Oct 05, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... us if we'd like to go to a college football game with the motel staff but we were a bit tired so we thanked him but declined. I'm kind if kicking myself now as college football is a big deal here and it sounded like the whole town turned out for the game. We walked past the stadium on our way back from the restaurant and it sounded like a premiership football match.

As I was checking out in the morning the bloke behind me heard my accent and asked ...

Galluping into Gallup

A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Sep 12, 2013

11 photos

... this morning, but Mother Nature is shedding some tears on us again. We decide its too wet so we pull over near the park put the kettle and the coffee on and have morning tea overlooking the park instead of in it. The old town are streets lined with little shops selling a variety of Native American goods, jewelry etc. it is still raining quite heavily so we do a drive by instead of a walk. Leaving Albuquerque we hit the road again bound for Gallup. ...

Prairie dogs and cowboy boots.

A travel blog entry by dan_tess on Jun 23, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

From Memphis we continued our journey West through the state of Arkansas passing through Little Rock, straight into Texas. Once we'd got to Texas we headed towards Dallas for our goal of Fort Worth. The trip was pretty unremarkable apart from the realisation that Texas is big, like bigger than Elvis big. Thankfully, to counteract this most of the major roads have 75mph speed limits, so you can make good time as long as you don't hit traffic, which we did in ...

When Will the Adventure END?!?!

A travel blog entry by wjmccain on Jun 08, 2013


... read “hoped”) that I could outrun it. I pushed my foot to the floor, and the RV responded. Not the way I had hoped, though. It continued to slow down, and I swear I heard it laugh. Then the dust devil hit us on the front of the cab. The RV shook, I heard a rock hit somewhere on the driver’s door (interesting, since the twister came from the right), and we started moving toward the shoulder, beyond which was a rather disturbing drop-off.

Just as quickly as it had ...

Just want to get there!

A travel blog entry by nikib on Jan 26, 2013

11 photos

... for some reason, this is not allowed, then I need to find an alternative route back to LA. I really don’t think I can do this trip in reverse, with only a couple of days break.

I have enjoyed the trip (despite some of the most boring scenery I’ve encountered) but one way will be enough for me.

When I left Flagstaff this morning, it was raining and has pretty much rained all the way. I had just over 300 miles to ...