Dream Catchers, New Mexico

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Dream Catchers, New Mexico

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Drive the endless roads of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, and you'll cruise past dozens of outdoor jewelry stores like this one. These boys spend their days hawking "dreamcatchers," which are cleverly designed to allow friendly, uncomplicated dreams to slip easily through the round opening in the device- while tangled, twisted nightmares get hung up in the webbing and then perish with the first light of day.

The roadside stands also feature silver and turquoise amulets, pendants, bracelets and ceremonial canes crafted by Navajo artisans.

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