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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The Four Corners is a region of the United States consisting of the southwestern corner of Colorado, northwestern corner of New Mexico, northeastern corner of Arizona and southeastern corner of Utah. The Four Corners area is named after the quadripoint where the boundaries of the four states meet
On our way from Valley of the Gods to Farmington New Mexico, we visited
... saw a marmot! He ran across the road and hid in some grass at the side. As we neared the end of the road and the highway, my dad started driving again. We crossed a small stream by driving through the stream instead of using the bridge, and started driving back to Ouray. I was so happy to have gotten to drive on the awesome Ophir Pass road!!
After finishing Ophir, we still had enough time for ...
... Trees and greenery along the river made for sone very unique desert scenes. A tunnel, which was guarded by a flagger, went right through a mountain for over a mile with little windows carved out the sides every few hundred feet to let in light.
The pines and junipers made the place smell like heaven in some spots. This Western smell is one of my favorite draws to visit the West. In the West, the clear air carries pine and sage and flower smells a long way. I wish I ...
... Pass. There is a short trail to hike; however, it was closed because there was a tree down over the path. A few others cars had also stopped and there were children feeding the chipmunks out of their hands (not something I would recommend).
We checked in...yada yada...and headed southeast to see Shiprock. Shiprock is a rock formation rising nearly 1,800 feet (550 m) above the high-desert plain on the Navajo ...
... understanding that the fee was $3 per car, but soon discovered it's really $3 per person. Okay, no problem.
The monument is surrounded by wooden market stalls, where Navajo merchants can sell their wares of jewelry, pottery, trinkets, and food. It would be cool, except there were no merchants when we were there. We weren't sure if we just arrived at the wrong time, or if merchants just ...