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... was one of several days of the year when Grand Canyon National Park waives its entrance fee ($25.00 for a 7-day pass) due to the Veterans Day weekend. However, today I would be driving through the park, even though I would not be stopping there again, to reach my next destination. I had inquired with the park gate employee about this yesterday and he told me that if I would be entering the park again today (a not-fee-free day), even just to ...
... Monument which is largely known for the six village groups of the Ancient Pueblo, or Anasazi, people There is evidence of
hunter-gatherers from 8,000 to 6,000 B.C. until about AD 200. Then a succession of early puebloan cultures settled in the area and remained
until the AD 1300s. The quality of the masonary structures built in 1100-1200 AD is excellent, many ...
... As night fell, Andrew decided he had to go potty. We stopped in Monument Valley next to a formation called "Baby Rocks" for Andrew to relieve himself. As Andrew worked on his task, I admired the heat if the desert night and the hoodoos and rocks before us. It was desolate. Thus is the land that inspired John Ford. It was easy to see why it was so inspiring.
The darkness did not help. Headlights came and went. There was nothing but driving and dark. It took forever to pass ...
So, today we broke the time space continuum by being in four states at once. After that particular bit of topographical magic, we dined out on an authentic Navajo Taco (yes, believe me, I was just as surprised there was such a thing) made out of the most tasty frybread I'd ever had - to be fair, that was the first time I had frybread to begin with.
... plains. It was a guide post for early pioneers in the area. You could see it right as you left Farmington almost 30 miles away. I drove as close as you could at 5 miles away. This is on Indian ranch land and for some reason is not a park or something. It must be a religious place for the Natives. I then drove back to town after I took a few pics. Then I did a little shopping at Wal Mart and got some diesel.
Back at the RV, I picked up Quique and Pooh to go on ...