Saturday, July 9, 2016

Navajo Reservation

Day 14
July 6, 2016
Chinle, AZ
Another red-spotted toad that begins our hike to see White House Ruins.

Down we go...

White House Ruins in Canyon De Chelly. These are Anasazi ruins that date back to 1200 A.D. 
The Navajo still farm in the Canyon, today.

Cholla Cactus

On our way back up. This hike we agreed was actually more enjoyable than the Grand Canyon hike.

A black widow spider Ian found in the Canyon De Chelly Visitor Center boy's bathroom.

Our view of Canyon De Chelly- as we drive across the sandy riverbed and our truck bucks and goes glug, glug.

Which is our open-air vehicle? The one that is overheating and keeps stalling or the modern-day jeep in the shade?

Come give your mom a hug!

Just to give you some perspective.

Pictographs by Pueblos in Tseyi Canyon (Canyon de Chelly)

Antelope House Ruins

The boys playing basketball with Navajo relatives of our tour guide.

In front of Antelope House (near Ben, our tour guide's house)

Sunsetting over Canyon de Chelly

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