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... visit to Canyon de Chelly. This route, which goes through the Bisti wilderness (pronounced Bis-tie) was recommended by a friendly volunteer at Salmon Ruins who loves the geology of that area. I was unable to explore all the amazing hoodoos and other rock formations because of the massive road construction project, but there was plenty to see from the highway!
... end, I ended up thanking Grant for making me break some rules and make some memories. :0)
I'm so proud of Erica for going mountain climbing with me! She totally 'rocked' it!
I'm really glad I ended up climbing the side of the very summit of Tucamcari, because the view from the top was breathtaking. Nothing for miles and miles but purple buttes and crawling black shadows from the few clouds that hung ...
... the smell or record it.
We left Zion and continued down scenic Hwy 9 beside the cliffs and the mountains. We left the road to visit Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. Dunes of bright vermillion sands have been left in the desert here by nature. Andrew and I climbed one. The sand was extrenely soft and sticky and red hot from the desert sun. It was even softer than the white sand of Pensacola Beach in Florida. In the valleys of the dunes were patches of neon green ...
... Ruins National Monument.
We took a little tour of the place which took just a bit over an hour. Although this was built by the local Native Americans, early explorers thought it was too complicated for them and thought the Aztecs has built it. And the name stuck. This pueblo is one of the most intact in the whole SW. And the dude who first excavated it, rebuilt the main kiva in the place. The ranger was very nice and loaned us a big spiral bound walking guide to ...
... in San Juan County, New Mexico, about 12 miles southwest of the town of Shiprock, which is named for the peak. Governed by the Navajo Nation, the formation is in the Four Corners region and plays a significant role in Navajo religion, mythology and tradition. It is located in the center of the Ancient Pueblo People or Ancestral Puebloan civilization, a prehistoric Native American culture of the Southwest United States ...