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Monument Valley Tree

One of the rare trees, with a lot of red sand.


Monument Valley

"The Three Sisters" of the Monument Valley. It is easy to understand why Monument Valley ranks high among the icons of the American Southwest. The valley also belongs to the Navajo Nation, who still use it as tribal park.


The Hub - Monument Valley

Three riders are almost lost in the Monument Valley. In the back, you can see the rock formation called "The Hub".

Monument Valley

Actually, you feel pretty small in Monument Valley, because even large cars appear very small.


Our Pontiac at the Monument Valley

Our Pontiac at the Monument Valley. After our sidetrip it was covered with red dust and looked really dirty. Fortunately, that dust went away rather quickly.


Mexican Hat

At the end of this day we arrived in the small village of Mexican Hat, directly at the border between Arizona and Utah. We stayed at Burch's Inn and enjoyed a fantastic steak dinner on the patio of the "Swingin' Steak Restaurant". Yummy!

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