We left Flagstaff early this morning and headed north into Navajo American Indian country. Dry red desert with giant red rock mountains and formations. Our first stop was Cameron, a small Indian village with a large souvenir shop selling local Indian made products. We then moved onto Tuba City, Red Lake and Kayenta, all still in the Arizona state.
We then crossed into the Utah state, stopping at the iconic Mexican Hat. A large red rock which looks like a sombrero hat. We had a picnic lunch here and Lee helped change a flat tyre on some elderly's car in 30+ degree heat.
We passed small local American Indian villages on the side of the road and up in the mountains. Next stop was Monument Valley, which is where we are camping tonight. We are parked up surrounded by canyons and red rock mountains. The photos below really don't do this landscape justice.
Off down the road tonight for a local Navajo Indian dinner.
Off to Page tomorrow for 2 nights. I'm not sure what the internet coverage will be like so it may be a few days before the next blog update.
Enjoy the photos of this unbelievable landscape here in Utah.
Join my journey as my partner Lisa and I travel across America form the middle of May to early August. From the city life of America's busiest and most popular cities, right through to RV road trips through the great canyons and national parks. To most importantly the weeks on end state to state speedway racing with Jason Feger and his Late Model team across America. Featuring the Dream 100 at Eldora Speedway and the Hell Tour Summer Nationals, a series consisting of 29 nights racing over 32 days across 6 different states.
Visit the Summer Nationals website for the full 2017 Hell Tour Schedule and Results.