Southwest USA Trip - Dinosaur Tracks
June 20, 2003
By Dan Hyde
After a day and a half at the Grand Canyon, we drove northeast
through Monument Valley and to The Four Corners Area. Along the
way, we stopped to see dinosaur
tracks just east of Tuba City.
Since the tracks are on private lands of the Navajo Nation, we
hired a Navajo Guide. Our guide was named Frank and it was neat
to chat with him. Not only did he show us many dinosaur tracks,
he pointed out his home in the distance. A kind and gentle man!
Two Navajo Guides at Entrance to Dinosaur Tracks Exhibit
Frank, Our Guide, on Right
Scott's foot and dinosaur tracks near Tuba City, Arizona
Frank, Our Navajo Guide, Showing Us a Skelton of a Dinosaur
Frank, our Navajo Guide for the Dinosaur Tracks
Frank's House in the Distance
Frank Claims This is Dinosaur Poop
Lori Piestewa in Grocery Store at Tuba City her home town.
Lori, a Hopi Native American, was a soldier killed recently in Iraq.
Rock Formation Called Elephant Feet that Were
On the Side of the Road to Monument Valley
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