Southwest USA Trip - Canyon De Chelly
June 22, 2003
By Dan Hyde
Canyon De Chelly (pronounced "Canyon de Shay") is a National Monument
in the middle of the Navajo Nation Reservation. Navajo farmers still
farm the land on the floor of the Canyon. The Canyon is famous for it
beautiful rock formations.
Jan and Mary Jane in Front of Hogan at Entrance to Canyon De
Chelly National Monument
The Red Rock of the Canyon. The Valley Floor is Still Farmed.
Note that this image and others were rescanned from an inkjet print
after my hard drive died.
This is why the colors are a little off and the quality is less.
Closeup of Valley Floor and Red Rock
One of Many Overlooks Shows a Farm on the Valley Floor
Closeup of the Farm
View of Canyon from One of the Many Overlooks
Scotty Loved this Calf by the Side of the Road
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July 19, 2003
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