Under overcast skies, the annual Walking Together for Healthier Nations at the Four Corners National Monument held out as long as the rain didn’t. However, the rain won the race this year. But that did not deter walkers and runners from negotiating the 6K and 12K trail course, which began and ended at the Four Corners Monument, Friday, May 10. Various tribes participated in making the event possible: Navajo, Ute Mountain Ute and Southern Ute came together for the walk. A Bear Dance presentation concluded the event for the day, bringing together those who attended in dance.