But wait! We haven't been to Four Corners and we really want to visit Monument Valley to see the location of our favorite western movies. After much discussion and lengthy deliberation, we decided to compromise and drive northwest to Moab -- saving For Corners and Monument Valley for another visit.
This is.... after all.... what retirement is all about. Doing just what we want.
|From the Ute Mountain Indian Reservation, we drove into the northwest corner of Utah.|
|Such beautiful rock formations we found along the way! |
Church Rock looks like it just came bursting up from the earth!
|Hole in the rock. I really hate to miss this area. In the rig, it's impossible to pull over to see anything.|
|Look inside the hole here. Looks like a little "troll" is watching the cars go by.|
|Can you see a woman in the center of this picture?|
She's wearing a long skirt with a border at the bottom. She's carrying something... maybe a rolled up rug.
|And then a long stretch of green rock mountains.|
|The sun reflected against the window where I'm taking this picture of the train.|
|More Idaho farmland with mountains in the background.|
|Our sunset view.|