Four Corners Inn
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... edge, you can't but gasp at the drama of the setting. 1000 feet below, the river has carved a perfect U through the sandstone – and there are no railings, no warning signs, nothing between you and a sheer drop, together with dozens of people you don’t know!’
It was later in the afternoon when we reached Monument Valley another of our must-see destinations, and the drive through this valley was again dramatic. We’ll leave the rest to our photos.
... in comfort and we should not complain of the altitude, narrow cliff roads nor the heat!!! Here are pictures of their reconstructed Co-op store (back side), an original house, sign re how they collected water, overview picture and an original wagon.
Finally, here are some pictures of the rock formations around Bluff. The farm land by the river is irrigated and framed by rock walls on either side. ...
Bluff become a settlement in 1880 when a group of Mormons managed to reach this green valley after travelling for over six months.
Oh, and since we've left the Navajo Nation beer is now back on the menu again! Yay!
Heading out for dinner shortly. Only three restaurants in this small community so hopefully not too busy!
Updated: We picked the mid-priced restaurant - see picture - that included locally reared bison on ...
... of living filaments. Layers of abandoned sheaths, built up over long periods of time, can still be found clinging tenaciously to soil particles, providing cohesion and stability in sandy soils at depths up to 10cm.Nitrogen fixation is another significant capability of cyanobacteria. Vascular plants are unable to utilize nitrogen as it occurs in the atmosphere.
Left Gallup this morning and detoured by way of a close by Walmart to get some things and then stopped at a conveniently located Starbucks for a welcome coffee hit! We then hit Highway 491 North and headed off on the "Trail of the Ancients" into the arid regions of the Navajo Indian Reservation! Well, the reservation could only be described as squalor! For mile after mile through dry, sandy desert that wouldn't support a lizard we saw scattered ...