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JO ANN CLEVELAND 5/28/2015 4:12:33 PM 1

I am sooo enjoying this series Jeanna and especially the history, thanks girl! #1619255

Jeana Clark 5/28/2015 6:26:02 PM

Thank You Jo Ann!!! Arizona is such a spectacular place! I Love It and wish I lived there!!! I appreciate your kind words!!! :D #11309909

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Spider Rock stands with awesome dignity and beauty over 800 feet high in Arizona's colorful Canyon de Chelly National Park (pronounced da Shay). Geologists of the National Park Service say that "the formation began 230 million years ago. Canyon de Chelly National Monument, located in the northeast corner of the state, is one of Arizona's lesser known destinations, but one of its most dramatic and inspiring. De Chelly, consists entirely of land owned by the Navajo Nation and still maintains a community of Native Americans who live and farm within the canyon's walls. While sightseers are allowed to explore the chasm's rim freely, visits to nearly all areas within the canyon itself are allowed only with a guide, as many sites are considered sacred to the Navajo people.

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