Four Corners Monument and Our Last Leg Home

June 8th ~ Four Corners Monument

Four Corners Monument (photo courtesy Wikipedia)

Four Corners quadripoint, is where Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico meet. It is the only point in the United States shared by four states. 

We made a brief stop here on the long drive from Colorado back to Southern California.

The challenge is to get a body part into all four states at the same time. We witnessed clever contortionists place a hands in two states, and feet in two states, but Tim and I chose to each straddle two states while holding hands, creating a circle.

Tim and Joanne

Then to change it up, Dick and Karen joined us so that we could each be standing in one of the four states. I am in Arizona, Tim in Utah, Dick in Colorado and Karen in New Mexico.

Joanne, Tim, Dick and Karen

Ahhh, simple games, simple pleasures…

The rest of the drive was pretty stark, bleak, hot and dare I say, boring at times.

The road to???

But there is still extreme beauty to be found if you take the time to look.

Rock formations pop up out of nowhere

Last leg home…

GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful that Tim and I have such a comfortable easy flow in our relationship. Long hours spent together, sometimes watching mind numbing miles upon miles pass us by, can lead to moments of silence, pointing out an interesting vista, or diving off into one of many deep conversations that have led to us solving (almost) all of the worlds problems, lol.

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our latest adventure. We hope you will join us!
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26 Responses to Four Corners Monument and Our Last Leg Home

  1. janeduquette says:

    Your photographs are very lovely, and I have enjoyed following your journey.


  2. Michael Alesko says:

    I’ve always wanted to visit the four corners.


  3. joliesattic says:

    Oh my, the four corners monument has changed since I saw it last, then it dawns on me that despite having lived in Colorado, been through Utah to Arizona many times to see family in Phoenix, I’d not been back since my daughter was in diapers and she’s 48 now. Thank you for sharing that.
    My husband is my favorite travel partner as well and my goodness if you two have solved almost all the worlds problems, between the four us we wouldn’t have any problems. lol


  4. corkscot says:

    thanks for another vacation


  5. mitzybricker says:

    What fun! Haven’t been here yet. Just finished a great road trip with some of my family. You’re invited to read about it on my blog: The Post is dated June 14, 2018, “Don’t day Small, Say Intimate” 😊

    Blue Rock Horses Frederick County, Virginia


  6. TracyNicole says:

    The four corners spot is rather neat and made me wonder if someone committed a crime nearby and a cop arrived to arrest him and he “jumped” into another state would that cop from the first state still have jurisdiction over him? Or if a woman laid on that spot and gave birth which state would the baby be considered born in? What fun mind puzzles that spot provides! Glad you made it home safely (even if it was boring)!


  7. You all look like you were having fun. Good post, especially the gratitude moment!


    • We always have a good time when out exploring, especially when we can share moments with dear friends. Ending each post with a gratitude moment helps me acknowledge just how blessed we are and to more fully appreciate the life we are living.

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  8. Widdershins says:

    Love that leftover volcano stump. 😀


  9. Thanks for sharing. This is a great time of life!


  10. One day I would visit this amazing place.. Excellent article ..really enjoyed it a lot ♥️


  11. What a great journey and some great pics as well


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