Flying Eagle Country Bed & Breakfast

Address: 2700 Windmill Lane, Clarkdale, Arizona, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 2700 Windmill Lane, Clarkdale, is near Verde Canyon Railroad, Dead Horse Ranch State Park, Jerome Historical Society Mine Museum, and Jerome Artists Cooperative Gallery.
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      Visiting a Canyon by Train

      A travel blog entry by betsyandkris on Oct 08, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      Today we set out for Clarkdale, a small town to the southwest of Flagstaff, to catch a train ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad. It's a 4 hour ride that twists and turns as it follows the Verde River from Clarkdale to Perkinsville and back again. Originally the railroad was built in 1912 to support the mining activities (mostly copper) in nearby Jerome. In 1990 the railroad was bought ...

      Take the last train from Clarkdale...

      A travel blog entry by tutuwahinelv on Aug 16, 2014

      9 photos

      ok, different song. but we still sang it....
      Came here to take the train ride through Verde Canyon. What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon. Time to unplug, unless you were the family sitting across from us, and just sit back and enjoy the scenery.
      4 hour total time, 2 out and 2 back. Its about the journey not ...

      Water and leeches

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

      19 photos

      ... cliff, about a half mile one way.

      When we get to the cliff, a docent is going over what everything is and what it means. I go the other direction and sit down on a stump and start studying them. There are hundreds of images and all are supposed to tell a story. A fairly recent study has come up with the idea that it is a calendar related to agriculture. They make some pretty convincing arguments and their logic seems pretty solid. ...

      Sedona

      A travel blog entry by pcorzine on Aug 23, 2013

      80 photos

      We left Brad and Jenns around 9 am, headed up through the middle of Phoenix, then jumped onto I17 and worked our way north Flagstaff. We dropped off at Rt 179 and headed for Sedona...and found ourselves on a very beautiful drive.

      We came into Oak Creek Village first...saw a sign for the bell rock and pulled in to try to see it. Brad had told us about this rock...supposed to be a vortex and have special powers, etc. Unfortunately, the map indicated ...

      San Diego to Phoenix

      A travel blog entry by aemckenna on Jun 14, 2013

      1 photo

      ... such a shame that we only got one night there. It was so hot and our air conditioner wasn't working. We went out to a German pub for dinner (not too exciting) then got golf carts to a midget bar. Favourite quote - "where were the jelly shots?" "The midget had them ...