Four Corners & Mexican Hat, Utah.
Trip Start Aug 13, 2007
81Trip End Nov 12, 2007
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We had to pay $12 to get in ($3 each person) and then a short road to a very rutted parking area. Surrounding us were rocky buttes, and desert. Lining the area to the actual monument itself were lots of joined together stalls, selling pricey Navajo jewellery and art. When we approached the monument there was only one other man there, but once we stepped on to it to get the kids to pose, suddenly all these other tourists appeared from nowhere and swarmed over it - it was bizarre! So we gave up trying to get a good shot and decided to have some lunch in the 5th Wheel first. We bought a couple of Navajo Fry bread from a caravan ($3 each, one with cinnamon and sugar) which were really yummy, and very similar to Maori fry bread. We went back to the monument again, and managed to get some good shots of the kids, and then a lady & I swapped cameras and I took one of her & she one of all of us