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caver

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Posted: 12/15/19 09:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Standing in KS, to my right is CO and other side of road from me is OK. Actually after I posted I thought really it's two corners and a side.

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We stopped there a few years ago in mid spring. It must have been off season because most of the little "shops" were closed. There was no food being sold.

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caver wrote:

Standing in KS, to my right is CO and other side of road from me is OK. Actually after I posted I thought really it's two corners and a side.



Missed by what 50-60 miles?

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Posted: 12/16/19 08:35am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

JRscooby wrote:



Missed by what 50-60 miles?


I had planned to go there too but lost interest and pushed west.

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We've visited 4 Corners a few times, usually in conjunction with Mesa Verde, when the kids were little. All part of the grand adventure of life! [emoticon]

We've also stood in the Northern and Southern hemispheres in Ecuador on one fun adventure as well. While also interesting, it wasn't quite as "interesting" as my shellback initiation back in the day on the Nimitz, when we crossed the equator somewhere off the west coast of Africa, while transitioning "without delay" from the Med to the I/O (one could argue that slowing down for a day for shellback initiation was a delay, but traditions are strong in Uncle Sam's Canoe Club).


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