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This morning we are off to the Four Corners Monument but first we have a stop to make. Yep we need to find a western wear shop to get Darren's first cowboy (ahem - western) hat. TJ who was Darren’s hat specialist of the morning; was telling us about the Aztec Ruins which was a tribe of American Native Indians prior to the Navajo and other …
... leg. Looking down, I see an army of ants crawling all over my shoe and up my pant leg...to my knee! I literally had ants in my pants. Giant, vindictive, bitey, stubborn ants. Stuck in my pants. My mom: "well, you are standing on their mound" as she nonchalantly continues to the next tour marker. ...
... and colors were so gorgeous. As Leigh described it, “the place was magical.” In the end, we stayed two nights and enjoyed a fire the second night after very strong gusts of wind threatened to put it out.
We loved our time at Bisti and I doubt there will be another experience to compare it to on this trip. I have many highlights from our four months of traveling that bring a smile to my ...
... a 32 foot ladder. :0
A spectacular place and experience.
We're in Farmington tonight, as we just missed 4Corners.. closed at 7pm. Shiprock is the capital of the Najavo (Dine) Nation and has zero places for outsiders to stay, so on went, on to here. Tomorrow we'll zigzag between Arizona and Utah until we reach Bryce and Zion. Maybe 2 days doing then.
Then Las Vegas, at night, and into California. More tomorrow.
... and potato. This meal seemed to be made for an entire family.
From St. George we drove up to Zion National Park, stopping at a tiny closed post office in one of the tiny towns on the way. Along the way I saw the last of the Joshua trees we would see. The land got greener next to the flowing Virgin River. I knew from the little research I did that the road into the heart of the park was closed to traffic. Because it gets so crowded in the canyon, since 1999 the NPS ...