|After a last look at Lake Powell
we moved off through the Navajo reservation which covers most of
||Finally, we arrived at the
Burger King in Kayenta which housed the Code Talker Museum ( page 1,
2, page 3).
This museum is in memory of the Navajos who used the Navajo
language as a basis for an oral code used during World War II.
Outside the Burger King we found typical dwellings of the Navajos.
|Also wagons, and
||a small hut that might have been
used as a birthing room.
|Another home and a stockade made
up the rest of the Burger King exhibit.
||As we rode on toward monument
valley, towers appeared in the desert land. They were a forerunner of
things to come.