Moving alone, we came to the road to Monument Valley.
The Indians run the show here because this is their land.
They're everywhere along the roads selling everything that has to do with their culture.
Isn't this the highway that Forrest Gump ran on?
On the way we cross back into Utah.
Out here, the horses are wild and graze along the side of the roads.
What an awesome view.
No surprise that a lot of movies were filmed here.
There's a welcome center here that's run by the reservation, so we had lunch. Note the Indian flat bread in the center. Good with honey on it.
Things taste better with a beautiful background like this.
This is the hotel they built here.
The Duke's favorite place.
Our last look and it's time to move on.
Along the way we passed this rock formation.
It's called "The Children"
We passed the turn to Four Corners. Another Indian run attraction, and they scalp you.
Getting late and time to find a night stop.
Couldn't find any good pull offs so we had to settle for another Casino campground.
Tomorrow we continue on route 160 and over Wolf Creek Pass.