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January 28, 2004

Four Corners Then and Now

Back on our southwest road trip, we stopped at the Navajo Fry Bread National Monument.

Four Corners 2003

Actually, it's the Four Corners National Monument, which is on Navajo land, and at which we spent more time waiting for and eating fry bread than we did viewing the monument.

Anyway, my parents dug up a picture of me at the same site 23 years earlier.

Four Corners 1980

Posted by peterme at January 28, 2004 09:41 PM

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awwwwww!

Posted by: scott hirsch at January 29, 2004 11:52 AM

I learned from a friend with a GPS receiver that the famous monument is actually completely in Arizona, the actual four-corner point being awkwardly situated some distance away. See

http://www.starchamber.com/archives/001458.html

Posted by: Ned Gulley at January 29, 2004 05:59 PM

Cute Peter! Love those blue socks.

:-)

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