Then he flashes a warm smile of dental calamity, his teeth twisted, banged up, or missing in action. "Broke my ankle, broke my hipman, those were the days."I'm not the sort of traveler who ordinarily seeks out a guide, but at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, in the wrinkled recesses of northeastern Arizona's Defiance Plateau, I have no choice.
Although the National Park Service runs the place, and has done so since the monument was created back in 1931, the park is set entirely on Navajo reservation land.
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And so, by federal and tribal law, a visitor can enter the canyon only when accompanied by a licensed Navajo "interpreter." The partnership here is unusual, and sometimes strainedand in fact many tribespeople want the Navajo Nation to reestablish complete control of the canyon.
But the guide requirement is a good idea, all in all.
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