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I saw Elephant's feet as a child, I thought they were cool. It was a thing that we saw as a road side attraction while I was traveling across country by van. Of course I was 7 years old at the time but it was...More
There is not much to see along the Navajo Trail (hwy 160) between Tuba City and Kayenta. One exception is the Elephants Feet rest area just north of the small village of Tonalea. The rest area there is a good place to stretch your legs,...More
Cruising from Flagstaff to the Four Corners, somewhere near Tonalea on US 160 are two rock formations that look like elephant feet and sure enougth! That's what they are called! There was a lovely Navajo lady, Francine, selling some beautiful beaded and hand-crafted jewellery! Fun...More