Elephant's Feet

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Tonalea, Arizona

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See an Interesting Geologic Formation and Tonalea Aug 15, 2017
Tonalea (Navajo: Tó Nehelį́į́h) is a tiny town of about 500 (pretty consistent since 2000) located along U. S. Highway 160 in Coconino County, on the Navajo Nation Reservation in Northern Arizona. The population is almost exclusively Navajo, about 10% more female than male and younger than the state average. Very few of the tourists driving through the Navajo Nation traverse the narrow dirt road leading to the actual town, most just stop at the geologic formation called the Elephant’s Feet, maybe buy some handmade jewelry or art, and drive on. I drove down to the town specifically to see the Veteran’s Memorial. As a vet I do not miss many of these and I wanted to see the marker for Lori Piestewa. The "feet" are a nice photo op.
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german_eagle says:
Interesting rock formation.
Posted on: Nov 17, 2017
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