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Old 02-04-2016, 09:56 PM   #15
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That's our 5er at Goulding RV park. The old man in the rock is in the CG too.
The Navajo reservation is directly East of Gouldings entrance. Just as we were exiting the self-guided driving tour, a heavy hail-storm hit. I had to pull off the road because hail was running across the road like a river, and I couldn't see to drive either.
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We're still finding locations in our coach, and in our CRV, where we have the opportunity to remove fine baby power like red dust from our last visit to Gouldings! Our fourth visit to Monument Valley area, and this was one heck of a windy night... Had to go out around 10:30PM and close the small bedroom window awnings, the wind was so strong gusting thru the funnel where the RV park is!

And X's 3 (Think that was the count...) on Goosenecks being very unique.

Enjoy your visit to the area,
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We never got all the sand out of our Bounder. Those sand storms there are wicked . And be on the lookout for the flip flop stealing dogs
The Dingo's stole my flip flops.

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We're still finding locations in our coach, and in our CRV, where we have the opportunity to remove fine baby power like red dust from our last visit to Gouldings!
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