Road Trip: A Quest Called Tribe See both hardship and incredible beauty while touring the Arizona portion of the Navajo homeland. Photos by reader Kara Lucchesi of San Diego, Calif. Budget Travel Tuesday, May 20, 2008, 12:00 AM Ear of the Wind arch. (Kara Lucchesi) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

NAVAJO NATION

Road Trip: A Quest Called Tribe

Ear of the Wind arch. (Kara Lucchesi)
Omar Yazzie at his sister's juniper-bead-jewelry stand. (Kara Lucchesi)
Dinosaur Tracks outside Tuba City, Ariz. (Kara Lucchesi)
A dinosaur footprint at Dinosaur Tracks, on Highway 160 five miles east of Highway 89, in Arizona. (Kara Lucchesi)
Monument Valley's Mitten buttes, at a tribal park off Route 42, four miles east of Highway 163. (Kara Lucchesi)
Navajo guide Richard Frank. (Kara Lucchesi)
Antelope Canyon, on a tribal park near Page, Ariz. (Kara Lucchesi)
Lees Ferry Lodge, Highway 89A, Marble Canyon, Ariz. (Kara Lucchesi)
Shonto Trading Post. (Kara Lucchesi)
Navajo Traditional Hogan. (Kara Lucchesi)
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