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Sep 11, 2015 - Four Corners

After spending 6 hours or so at Mesa Verde, we decided to make the 100 mile round trip over to the Four Corner's Monument. John had been there 50 years ago when it was just a concrete slab in the desert. Since then the Navajo Nation has taken it over. Entry fee: $5 each. With a sign stating that the Golden Passport which gets you in to all Nation Parks free was NOT ACCEPTED. There were kiosks surrounding the monument where Navajo craftsmen sold their goods. I will probably go back to see this again... perhaps in 50 years! lol

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May 13, 2008 - Four Corners

Before we left Durango, we did a little souvenir shopping and the girls got walking sticks. They had been eyeing some kid sized walking sticks during our travels and these were particularly interesting since each stick came with a whistle attached. Once we set the ground rules for using the whistles in the car we were off to Four Corners. Four Corners National Monument is at the intersection of Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. It is the only place in the United States that four states touch. It is in the middle of nowhere. There is...

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