Sacred Canyon Lodge
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... to Canyon De Chelly we did some short walks along the South Rim to see some amazing sights of the canyon below! Although Len is feeling good two days post-op, we did not attempt to do the "White House" hike to the bottom of the canyon.
... for money. It was all a bit overwhelming. We are used to seeing homeless people or others down on their luck asking for money, but have not had anyone so aggressively approach us before.
None of these experiences take away from the beauty of Canyon de Chelly, but they did not make us want to hang around. We spent an entire day visiting all ten of the overlooks and doing the 2.5 mile round-trip hike into the ...
... for $97 a night, the cheapest place in town. As the sun was setting we raced off to the nearby Canyon De Chelly National Monument, which is a canyon formztion. We got to 2 or 3 look-outs just before the sun disappeared. It was that good we are going to go back for znother look in the orning.Well I've utilised the gym here tonight (gotta get our oneys worth), so now i,m ready for sleep. Goodnight!
... at 4
Corners, where the states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico all join.
We were last there 31 years ago and took a photograph of me with a foot or hand
in each State and we felt the picture should be retaken. Just our luck, we
arrived just after a tour coach and there was a significant queue of people
waiting to take pictures in the 93degree heat. Why does everyone in the world
now possess ...
... tribal agencies are headquartered here. Besides the Window Rock tribal park and WWII memorial, there is also a Navajo Zoological and Botanical Park. There are memorials to local people who died in WWII, as well as a monument to the Navajo Code Talkers, who helped win many battles in the Pacific with their unbreakable code.
Just down the road from Window Rock is Hubbell Trading ...