Tony & Judy's Four Corners Trip Summer 2010 travel blog


Navajos are in control

The monument (newly reconstructed)

Another view

The four states

The actual spot

On the spot

More catering to the tourists

Doing a little shopping!

Painting magnets to pay off his college loans. (So he said!)

Entering Navajo land

Open Range

Dining out in Bluff! Great Steaks!

Outside dining

After a great meal!

The Bikers like it!

Today we tried the Twin Rocks Café for breakfast and then drove to the Four Corners, where it’s the only place in the U.S. where four states meet. They are Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The Navajos own the land and charge $3 a person to enter. There are flea market type booths along two sides where crafts made by the locals are sold. They sell jewelry and other souvenirs from the area.

Tonight we tried the other restaurant in town – The Cottonwood Steak House. We sat outside and it was a delightful evening. This is about all that’s in town – a couple RV campgrounds, a couple of motels, and two very good restaurants.

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