J Bar T Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Address: Cornville, Arizona, 86325, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in Cornville, is near Verde Santa Fe Golf Course, Page Springs Valley, Eliphante, and Equinature.
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    Travel Blogs from Cornville

    Day 1, Los Alamos to Flagstaff

    A travel blog entry by peanutcat on Sep 27, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... 6. It is kind of out there all by itself and reminded us a bit of Buffalo Thunder but not with all the amenities. It's mostly about the casino which was surprisingly busy. We got in on a free wine tasting then went out to watch the lunar eclipse. It was a perfect night for ...

    Williams and Sedona

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Sep 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the chicken fried steak dinner while I had the chicken fried steak breakfast with eggs and home fries. After lunch Peg went to one of the sucker bait shops (she describes it as a very nice shop) run by a Native American and got a nice pair of earrings. I haven't mentioned it lately, because it is so routine, but she has continued her habit of buying earrings, at least one pair, at every different town we stay at for any time.

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    Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest

    A travel blog entry by villadale on Sep 22, 2015

    10 photos

    ... really interesting. The meteor hit some 50,000 years ago arriving at a speed of 26,000 mph. The impact had an explosive force greater than 20 million tons of TNT. It created a crater over 700 feet deep and 4000 feet across. You could hold 20 football games at the same time in the bottom and have 2 million fans tiered around the sides. The fragments from the explosion included 175 million tons of limestone and sandstone thrown miles away. ...

    Day 15

    A travel blog entry by acrossland on Sep 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... I declined. When Nancy feels better, I'll be able to go home & get some things done during the day. My mind is clearer, my joints are much better & I have more energy now, so I'm ready to get back to daily living. Nancy is having some nausea again this afternoon, after a moderately successful morning. She said she ate a good lunch. We both napped this afternoon since last night was pretty rough. She's doing another coffee break, her 2nd this afternoon, ...

    Wind, wind and more wind

    A travel blog entry by westwardwilly on May 11, 2014

    11 photos

    ... expect. You basically drive through the entire park, and stop at various lookout points on the way, or walk the short trails. It was really beautiful with the changing topography and incredible colors! We chose to walk down a trail at the end of the park, called Logs Run. This area has the highest concentration of petrified wood in the park because of a flood many years ago. We also stopped to view Perco ...