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Navajos

(Marble Canyon AZ) On the way to my next stop, going through Cameron, I passed a roadside mobile kitchen which was obviously a native enterprise. A few miles down the road, I turned around and went back, as it was already lunch time. It was a very clean operation run by Navajos. They had traditional […]

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Wupatki

(nr Antelope Hills AZ) Visited Wupatki National Monument which includes six sites of pueblo ruins from about 1100 to 1250. The largest of these is Wupatki, behind the Visitor Center, and has a paved trail with a pamphlet explaining the ruins. Besides Wupatki, there were other pueblo ruins; Wukoki, Citadal, Nalakihu, Lomaki and Box Canyon. […]

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Take It Easy

(Winslow AZ) Visited Standing on the Corner park in old downtown Winslow. The park can be found at Kinsley & 2nd St, right on the former US-66. It has a statue of a guy with a guitar, a mural, and of course a flatbed Ford. I read that The Eagles group provided the funds for the […]

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