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The Smithsonian Guides to Natural America by Jake Page
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Jan 15, 2009

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Better than your average guide book. Beautifully illustrated with clear concise descriptions of all the best sights, including villages as well as National Parks. The nice thing about combining the two states is including those great places that lie on either side of the border like Canyon deChelly, Shiprock, Monument Valley, and one of my favorite places in the four corners area Hovenweep. Great book to have along even if you know your way around. The maps and directions are easy and correct (trust me, some books really get it wrong).

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