Unfortunately, the weather wasn't coroporating but I did get some pretty cool photos. Mexican Hat Rock really amazed me, not for it's size, but for it's obviously unique formation.
Monument Valley consisted of a 17 mile drive through various buttes and red mesas known as Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. I realized very quickly that it probably wasn't the smartest idea to take a heavily loaded Hoda Accord through a bumpy and poorly maintained gravel road through a rock valley. The accord did make it out alive and I got a few nice pictures along the way. My favorite spot in Monument Valley was "the thumb" and rightfully named so.