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Here is an image from Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park I took on 9/11. It seemed a fitting place to spend the 10th anniversary of the attacks. A storm cell moved through, with a quick rain shower which darkened the colors of the rock. Definitely a beautiful place to visit.
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Todd, I am going this January. what did you do for guides into the valley?
+John M. Daly my trip was a quick one to scout for future trips. I did however find a guide that I liked and plan to use for future trips. Unfortunately I misplaced his card. I will be cleaning my office next week and will get you his contact info as soon as I come across it.
Thanks Todd. I will wait for your email. I am planning on going up to Capitol Reef also. did you get there?
Hey John, sorry for the delayed response. I'm still looking for that card. I did go through Capital Reef though I didn't spend much time there. My impression was not the greatest, though that was probably tempered by the fact that by the time I got to Capital Reef I had stayed at Valley of Fire State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, the Grand Canyon, Monument Valley, Arches, Canyonlands, Dead Horse Point state park (definitely worth visiting), and passed through Zion. We proceeded on to Kodachrome state park and Bryce which I personally was more impressed with. With further exploration I might change my mind but for now Capital Reef is not as high on my return to list as some of the other parks we visited.
Thanks for the info. I have been to almost all of the places you mentioned and am including Valley of Fire on this trip, two nights there. I was thinking of two days at Capitol Reef and then down to Bryce, hoping for some snow. I will also stop at Devil's Garden in Escalante and shot Metate Arch and the hoo doos
Sounds like a cool trip, I'm jealous. I can't wait to get back.
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