The West - Part II - Page 8


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After a last look at Lake Powell we moved off through the Navajo reservation which covers most of northern Arizona. 
Finally, we arrived at the Burger King in Kayenta which housed the Code Talker Museum ( page 1, page 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.
buckboard
small hut
Also wagons, and
a small hut that might have been used  as a birthing room.
other structures at Burger King
monument tower
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.

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