I had read about the dinosaur tracks on Tripadvisor before we went to Monument Valley and so driving down from the Valley to Salt Lake City we were on the look out. There is was a little homemade sign by the side of the road and a few simple booths a little further on. We were approached by a very nice Native American lady who was not pushy just friendly and asked if we would like to take a look around. The area had been flooded 24 hours previously but we put on sensible shoes and went to have a look. This lady had clearly done her research with the help I believe, of the museum people who keep coming and taking bits and pieces of this away - it's difficult really, this is the local livelihood but also I appreciate the need for preserving it and putting these fosils and bones where more people can enjoy them. Anyway, I am really glad to have seen them and learned their origins in the actual location where the have lain for all that time. We gave $20 for 3 of us and bought some lovely (and very very reasonably priced) jewellery as gifts from another family who were equally nice and friendly. I find it very hard to believe that anyone was treated differently to us - we were not hassled for money or to buy the jewellery but considered it money well spent!
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