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... then left our campground and headed south and east in Utah, stopping at a rest stop for lunch in the town of Blanding. Once we entered Colorado, we back tracked a bit west so that we could see the Four Corners Monument. This is the only place in the United States where four states meet - Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona. The Navajo Nation manages the monument, so we entered and then waited in line to get our picture. Great little ...
... you could see some of the really high peaks of the Rocky Mountains.
We also went by the Chimney Rock National Monument, though in the picture we took it didn't look much like a chimney, more like something suggestive. We decided not to stop, because we wanted to get to Mesa Verde early as we were concerned about the availability of tomorrows tours. These couldn't be reserved online, and were first come, first ...
... in early and chill out relaxing and watching some TV for several hours.
The reason being here is in order to visit the Mesa Verde National Park, so early afternoon we headed up to the Park's Visitor Centre in order to get our tickets for a ranger-guided visit tomorrow. On the way back we headed into the local Walmart superstore to pick up some supplies. Samson was in his element looking at the guns ...
... past the small settlement of Mexican Hat , named ?? for its little rock statue on the hill.
All across Navajo land, numerous working oil wells.
Four states in one day - Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. At the Four Corners monument, one could stand with two feet and two hands in all four states! Only place in USA where 4 states meet, the original monument there was built in 1868. Bit like Cameron's Corner in Aus. At ...
... beautiful. We finally got to
the point where we had to climb up to the top of the canyon and had to hike the
rim of the two canyons back to the visitor center. The day is done.
We are now headed to Monticello UT and to tick off the 4th
of 5 National Parks in Utah.
Rusty and Debbie
P.S. Rusty just informed me that I had way to many canyon pictures in my last blog. Sorry, I will try and do better next time.....I really enjoyed that canyon :)