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U.S. HIGHWAY 163 passes by Monument Valley, a tribal park run by the Navajo Nation where Southern Utah meets Northern Arizona. It is a scenic highway that passes through desert where only sturdy tumbleweeds grow. As you approach the border, tall, monolithic stone formations appear that are really awe-inspiring and you begin to appreciate the stark beauty of the landscape in contrast to the big sky above it. Then you start to believe that there must be a Creator behind this masterpiece!

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