Northeastern Arizona: Rock Point & Hoodoos
May 19, 2007.
Several private RV-Parks were available in Bluff, where we spent the night. We chose Cottonwood Campground. The others were just as nice. Also one mile west of town is Sand Island Dept. of the Interior Campground with no utilites. It was OK as well.
Typical view in Northeastern Arizona
As we drove north on US-191 out of Chelly, AZ Navajo farms and ranches dot the landscape. This is arid land. I don't see how these people exist. There is always some interesting geological feature like this to see.
Layer upon layer of sedimentary rock in Northeastern Arizona
This has a lot of volcanic ash in it. Still you can see layers upon layers of sedimentary rock.
Rock Point in Northeastern Arizona
Rock Point, Arizona (Northeastern Arizona)
That pointed rock is why this Arizona town is named "Rock Point". Many towns in northeastern Arizona are named for geological features.
Unique sandstone formation north of Rock Point in northeastern Arizona
Wouldn't this handsome structure of sandstone be unique in your pasture?
Hoodoos in Northeastern Arizona
Hoodoos are rock formations that take on bizarre shapes such as these. This picture was taken in extreme Northeastern Arizona.
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