The Land of Enchantment. This state line sign was easy to get. It is at the entrance to The Four Corners Monument. We stopped here on our way from Grand Canyon National Park to our Cave hotel nestled in the mountains/rocks of Farmington, New Mexico.
The Four Corners was a great mid point. It had food vendor trucks and lots of booths with handmade jewelry and collectibles. Fun to at least look at all there is to offer. Make sure to stand in line to get your picture at all 4 of the states at one time. Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.
The whole family!
And of course Mom (me).
You will have plenty of time to choose your pose. The line goes at a steady pace because you are technically only allowed 3 photos per family (we snuck in 4, shhhh). People are pretty clever with their poses, fun to watch and it keeps you entertained on your wait.
Next up was the high light of my children’s vacation, Kokopellis Cave B&B. This place was AMAZING!!! Don’t believe me? Check it out!
This place was so much fun that I had a hard time getting the kids out of there the next morning to go to Mesa Verde National Park. The whole time at Mesa Verde was “when are we going back to the cave”. We did get back after sunset which I don’t recommend, it’s hard to find in the day light. We had an origami lesson from Hunter which was very memorable. We left our origami designs there with a collection of them. Great times.
I hope you have enjoyed this part of our adventure.
Until next time 🙂