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Old 03-17-2011, 10:56 PM   #15
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My wife loved Canyon de Chelley, and the Cottonwood Campground at the park was FREE.
She also loves the chunky turquoise necklace she got at White House Ruin when we hiked down to the bottom of the canyon there.
There are ways to make sure wives enjoy the trip....
Jewelry usually helps!
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Oh, she'd enjoy the canyon! We've been there before. What I don't think she'd particularly enjoy is getting there by the back door!

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My wife's favorite trips are the ones she didn't go on.
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I think you should scout it with your trailer in tow. I am sure you will be able to turn right and see what is over the next hill and the next one after that.
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Roger, wilco! Actually, if I get to take this trip, the plan was to go from Chinle south on 191, then west through Hopi country on 264. However, plans change a lot as these trips evolve (including during the trip itself), so you never can tell!

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I can attest that this route will present no problems. I had a breakdown in Ganado (actually Hubbell Trading Post). Good Sam towed my truck and trailer to Gallup following this route. So, I'd reaffirm that you can tow with confidence.

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