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Busskipper

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Posted: 08/22/19 09:14pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Not to flame or degrade anyone - BUT - Canyon de Chelly has always been one of those special places for me. We usually will spend just one night and arrive early enough to do the entire loop drive. We always have dinner in the lodge and make an effort to speak with the locals in and about the Monument. It has always made me feel as close to having a religious experience every time I go even just writing this post gives me Goosebumps so sorry it did little for you.

In the grand scheme of things it is really just a small spot on the map that is visited by few - but for Us it will always be Special - we have never spoken to anyone we have suggested to going there that did not just Love it and the people associated with it.

Sorry it did not affect you more positively, Maybe next time.

JMHO,


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Posted: 08/22/19 10:04pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I’m appalled by the ignorance of the OP in so many ways, but I believe that the question has been asked and answered.

Thanks to those of you who provided thoughtful responses.

I’m closing this thread.

* This post was edited 08/22/19 10:49pm by dedmiston *


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The Canyon is really owned by the Navajo Nation. They have worked out an unusual agreement with the NPS. Don't expect it to be like other Federal sites. Respect the Dine. I suggest you take a horseback tour with a Navajo guide. I worked at Black Mesa on the Res. We used to play basketball against the Navajos on a dirt floor.

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