Just a few miles west of Tuba City, in the Navajo Nation, are these strange hills.
We thought at first that they were slag heaps from the nearby mines, but the stratifications are uplifted and the tops hardened in a way that only happens in natural formations.
They’re not named on our map, but they go on for miles. Strange hills.
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- April 27, 2008 / 2:15 am