Arizona

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A NPS Monument in a Nation in a Country – Canyon de Chelly National Monument

A long-time home for the Navajo, Canyon de Chelly still houses several Navajo people.  Oddly enough, Chelly means "canyo...
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The Balance of Sacred Tourism – Monument Valley

After possibly one of my favorite nights camping under the stars, we continued South towards Monument Valley.  The road ...
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The Sun Only Shines at Noon – Antelope Canyon

After seeing what a big river can carve into sandstone, it was time for us to visit our most anticipated feature in the ...
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It’s Either Arizona or Texas – Horseshoe Bend

Having gotten to better know the US' most famous v-shaped feature, we cut across the Southern part of the Vermillion cli...
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The Steeper Side – Grand Canyon North Rim

With a new idea of natural respect, we headed back to the Grand Canyon as it was now open.  We didn't think about all th...
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Little Home on the Unforgiving Desert – Pipe Spring National Monument

After giving the van a six hour sand bath, it was time to succeed in something, so we headed towards the North Rim of th...
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Execution vs. Preparation – White Pocket

Filled with the majesty of rocks and space, we pressed on towards the Utah-Arizona border.  We knew we were going to loo...
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When a Million Words is Too Few – The Grand Canyon

With one of the cultural relics of the area better understood, it was time to better understand the geological one, the ...
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The Tall House – Wupatki

We were happy to leave the shopping mall that is Sedona and where most people probably head into Flagstaff when they tra...
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The Vortex – Sedona

Phoenix was the last large city we planned to visit for a while, so we stared wild camping and the Southwest in the face...
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