About Utah: 'The good things' are on the Utah quarter of the Four Corners

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  • jherod Rescue, CA
    Sept. 16, 2016 9:19 p.m.

    My wife and I met Katherine and her mom back in Sept of 2009 when we were passing through on the way to Pagosa Spgs. They were so nice to a couple of belagaana strangers. Not long after that visit, I asked Katherine to make a lapis lazuli necklace for my wife. It is a thing of beauty.
    We've not been back for a long time, but we feel like we are no longer strangers.

  • toosmartforyou Farmington, UT
    Nov. 30, 2012 12:43 a.m.

    This is interesting because recent surveys have said that the monument isn't really at the four corners, but is over a mile off. (Like the fact that the Statue of Liberty is really in New Jersey, not New York.)

    I once asked a Native American there that was from Idaho how he was able to sell on the Navajo Nation since he was from a different tribe and he said "I married into it." "Sounds like a good way" I responded. "That's the only way" he replied. Then we both had a good laugh.

    Everyone ought to experience Four Corners at least once in their life time.