Roy's Postcards: 1983/06/29

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We drove by this Crater but could not see in it. Then we went and saw dinosaur footprints in the rocks. They looked like trachodon tracks. The little Indian boys showed us around and Mommy bought some jewelry for everybody. Then we went to Four Corners where Mommy took a picture of me while I was standing in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona all at the same time.

Postcard back:

Sunset Crater National Monument

Sunset Crater is one of over 400 cinder cones in the San Francisco Peaks volcanic field. It was named because of the red and yellow hues around its rim.

Photographer—Michael Collier

Leonard's comments:

I... don't think I'm dictating this? I'm not four years old yet.

See also: leonard southwest



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