Monument Valley contains some of the most picturesque, interesting, fantastic scenery in our country. Thanks to director John Ford and his classic, unforgettable westerns, many have seen Monument Valley in the movies but are completely awed by the immensity of this silent land when one views it in person. Nowhere else will you see monoliths shaped like rock mittens standing independently high above the desert floor, while the unpaved road below carves its way back into the distant landscape of the Navajo Reservation. Until you see and experience it in person, you cannot imagine the beauty and enormity of the rock pinnacles, spires, buttes and “mittens” that were shaped by 500 million years of erosion and earth uplifts. From

Photo Pat Jette

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4 Responses to

  1. Barbara Estinson says:

    I’d like to see Monument Valley some day. It sounds fascinating.

  2. Barbara Estinson says:

    And I really like your header with your Mom and Dad’s picture and the school picture, Sandy.

  3. Jesse says:

    Nice header picture today! Wow look how small those vehicles look along the road in comparison to those monoliths, crazy. Who is Pat Jette?

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