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This morning was a 4x4 open wagon tour of the best Monument Valley has to offer. But before that an earlier start for some to witness the sun rising behind some of the most iconic Buttes - West Mitten and East Mitten and Merrick Butte.
The 4x4 drive was for about 21/2hrs over rough tracks taking in an escort only drive in a Navajo restricted access area.
The sandstone Buttes (Free standing, steep sided, flat topped hill) are quite soft ...
Another fairly early start with breakfast at 7 ready for a pick up at 7.45 for our tour of the Mesa Loop Drive. On a bus with about 20 or so people and a half Sioux (more properly Lakota) guide called David NightEagle - 67 years old, an Indian flute maker, with long grey Indian style plaits. Started at a Mesa top pit house, an early Ancestral Puebloan dwelling from about 600 AD with circular room plus annex dug into the ground about 4 feet deep then ...
The alarm roused us at about the same time we woke up.
Six thirty rise for a ten to eight departure seemed like an achievable plan. We were warned that showers at Monument Valley tonight would be basic, so we should do our toiletries properly here, so we all had a good scrub.
The forced early rise was also good for the dawn, the sun rose from behind a craggy plateau, while the almost full moon was setting in the west. Lovely.
Good did not ...
One of the places I put on the agenda was a visit to the famous lake Powell which was part of the New deal program of President Roosevelt.After we abandoned Lorna at the Las Vegas airport, we retraced our steps back towards Zion and went through the stunning canyon of the Virgin River which lays east of Las Vegas planning an overstay at the little town of Page.Again we were taking by surprise when we discovered that all options to lie down our tired ...
9/19 Day 90 We are still at Monument Valley in the Goulding campground. Today we went first to the Valley of the Gods. This has been described as a smaller version of Monument Valley – smaller in number of mesas and buttes, not size.
We drove this tour ourselves and took a little over three hours to do the loop. This, like MV, is open desert with a variety of spires, mesas and buttes. Most of this area was a yellow and brown ...