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Antelope Slot Canyon

Monument Valley

Grand Canyon National Park

Hoover Dam

Death Valley

Sequoia and Kings Canyon

The Set of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman

The Labrea Tar Pits

San Clemente State Beach

The Saguaro Desert

Goldfield Ghost Town

Slide Rock State Park, Sedona Arizona

The Meteor Crater

The Petrified Forest National Park

The Pecos River

The Pecos National Historical Park

Sante Fe

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park

Carlesbad Caverns National Park

Camping near Carlsbad

The Gateway Arch, St. Louis, MO

 

Four Corners

Four Corners is the only place in the United States where you can stand in four states at once. This is where Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico meet. If it is crowded, you may have to wait in line for your photo op. The spot is actually on a Navajo indian reservation. There were warning signs about theft etc, but we didn't have a problem. Around the outer perimeter of the area, they have booths where the Navajos sell their crafts. Turquoise is a big thing in New Mexico, so you can by Turquoise jewelry etc. We were probably in and out of here in a little over an hour. We were able to stop at Four Corners, tour Antelope Slot Canyon and enjoy the scenic drive through Monument Valley all in one day on the way from Mesa Verde to the Grand Canyon.

John in Utah, Mary Clare in Colorado, Joey in Arizona, Anne Marie in New Mexico, Mark in the Middle
John in Utah, Mary Clare in Colorado, Joey in Arizona, Anne Marie in New Mexico, Mark in the Middle

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