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From the Kaibab Plateau we dropped over 3000 feet onto the desert floor. This stretch of 89A would be my new driveway, it’s the only road in and out of Vermilion Cliffs. 890 more words

Dying in the Desert

Okay, we didn’t die in the desert. We were actually fine. BUT it was really hot and we didn’t have air conditioning. We could have died. 507 more words

Rachel Travels

Rooted In Place

Bert Benally and Ai Wei Wei’s Long-Distance Run in Coyote Canyon

By Margaret Wright

— Bert Benally is accustomed to mashing up elements of disparate cultures, art mediums and music forms and making adjustments as something new takes shape. 1,017 more words


The clan continues to grow

Karen Yellowtail now has readers in 31 countries around the world, from Brazil to Japan baby (and everywhere inbetween!).

I’d like to welcome all new readers in the Dominican Republic, Moldova, Romania, Chile, Argentina, Spain and Burkina Faso, thank you for joining the Karen Yellowtail clan. 41 more words

Karen Yellowtail

Navajo Nation

Present since the fifteenth century in this region of southwest, Navajo adapted themselves without big problems for the coming of the Spaniards. But the situation would change in 1846, when the United States took control of the region at the expense of Mexico. 6 more words

Slotting right in!

(Excuse the pun!)

I saw this on Mother Nature Network not too long ago and made a note to share it with you.  “It” being some stunning photographs of slot canyons around the world. 267 more words


Fin De Semana! 6-27-14

A teen on the Navajo Reservation (one of the most drop dead gorgeous places on earth) has invented an oven that runs off the one thing New Mexico has a TON of: the sun. 324 more words