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Visiting 'cowboy country' from the UK

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Hi all, I'm new to this forum, live in the UK and have only been to America once to visit my son in Chicago.
I would like to do this again together with my husband but because we are Country and Western fans we would like to combine the Chicago visit with a self-drive tour of "cowboy country". My question is: which would be the best airport to fly to from UK to rent a car and start driving direction Chicago (not all the way!), taking in, if possible, Grand Canyon, Monument Valley and Yellowstone, and from which airport to then fly to Chicago. I would be very grateful for some advice as I've spent days on the internet and can't really find what I'm looking for. Thanks!

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