Hat Rock Inn
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Good sized rooms, great pool, good jacuzzi. Although this place is still being developed you can see they are working hard to build it into a nice base for visiting the local area.
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On the way to our sleeping destination Monticello in San Juan County, Utah, we crossed Monument Valley. Unfortunately, the tour is not programmed to stop inside the valley itself but we could get a good impression from the road as well.
All day long I have also done beautiful panorama photos, but travelpod is rejecting the upload of them :-(
... they got the lot plus a tub of butter! They loved it... so beautiful, we didn't want to leave them. For dinner we had a Clint Eastwood fried chicken dish and a John Wayne burger .... not the greatest meals but the setting was hard to beat! Our room overlooked the valley, so Tom spent most of the night taking star trail photos, and we were both up pre dawn to get the sunrise! It was seriously cold, even through thick gloves our hands were burning with ...
... where we could see the mesas, buttes and spires rising from the red earth. It had also snowed recently (the most they had received since the 1980’s) and the monuments and earth was sprinkled with white, making it an even more spectacular view. Monument Valley is part of the Navajo reservation but before the Navajo it was also home to the Ancient Puebolan's who abandoned the site 700 years ago. They are not sure why, there is a possibility that the Navajo’s ...
... don’t constantly
turn around and look behind you, you miss so much.
10/25-11/2/14 St George UT – Here, we joined our jeep club
for 7 days of jeeping. We jeeped in mountain terrain, sand dunes, over a few huge
boulders (called rock crawling) and a waterfall, but our favorite trail was
into Devils Fire (NV) where we saw Hob Goblins (oh, more Artists’
works….spectacular) and yes more petroglyphs.
... formation where I was the only one in the party to climb up the handhold to view the next cavern. I declined to climb right up as getting down is always trickier as it proved to be! We learnt some more about the hogan which was originally Spanish for burrow and anglicised to hogan from Juan. The doorway is always built facing the rising sun as this ensures they see the birthing of a new day. The close relationship between the Navajo or the people who plant ...