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Four Corners

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  • Day6

    Four Corners Monument

    August 12, 2015 in the United States

    Huge tourist attraction, minimal excitement, lots of mud, but a nice quick spot to stretch your legs. Had to pay per person to get in. Good thing Maddie was hiding in the top bunk!

    On the way we got passed by a truck transporting port-a-potties. Gus said: "That's some fast moving s$@t" Can you tell we've been driving for a few days?!?

    Picture of all of us to follow, forgot to take one on our phone. New Mexico sign was at the entrance. Passed a welcome to Colorado sign before arriving and the Arizona sign just after. No sign of Utah. Hmmm...Karen was right, this monument is misplaced.Read more

  • Day7

    Four Corners

    June 23, 2016 in the United States

    Feels like we've been away from home for ages, when in fact it's been less than a week!!

    Left Monument Valley fairly early. Neat stop at Goosenecks State Park. Viewpoint right next to the parking lot, which was nice vs. hikr to Horseshoe Bend. Made an unplanned stop at Bluff Fort, based on the recommendation from some people at Goosenecks. Neat video and displays of pioneering the area in the 1800s. Kids answered questions on a worksheet and received a couple of polished rocks. Most/all of the volunteers were descended from the early settlers

    Four Corners is highly touristy - a bunch of little shops, very little shade, and a queue to take photos. Kind of neat to stand in four corners at the same time (even though the actual spot is a couple miles away). 96 in Teec Nos Pos.

    Staying up too late while on vacation, but having the time of my life!!
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