Luna Vista Bed and Breakfast
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... on the other! It would be a great motorbike drive. I think because of the Veterans's Day weekend, there were lots of people using the road and the picnic areas alongside it so we couldn't stop.
The GPS took us to a campground that turned out to be full. When the lady found out that we had come down the winding road, she tut-tutted and asked how long the motorhome and ...
... arizona-leisure.com_7-0">[ 7]Several Hopi clans and Yavapai communities trace their ancestries to early immigrants from the Montezuma Castle/Beaver Creek area. Clan members periodically return to these ancestral homes for religious ...
... and hopefully a last experience! We did get a great picture though. A very, very quick one! Just a short way further, three deer crossed our path. Deer we can handle. They were very big though. Glad to get back to the truck..it is starting to get pretty hot. Made the drive to Sedona city limits, stopped at the visitor center and learned about jeep rides through the rocks. Spent the rest of the day trying to decide if we wanted to do that. Sadly, we decided ...
... her calf.
Back to the motorhome and a spectacular sunset!!
WEDNESDAY 4/23- we decided to take the scenic route to Cottonwood and Jerome then to the Precott valley area. We made it thru Cottonwood and the old Downtown area but decided to come back tomorrow to browse the many stores.
We stopped by Tuzigoot National Monument (Apache for crooked water). This was an excavation that was partially reconstructed back in the 1930s. The early ...
... It and Montezuma's well have nothing to do with Montezuma. He never came here and had nothing to do with either place. The Spanish thought they were Aztec...thus the name. They were wrong and they're trying to get it renamed to something more appropriate. We had seen the cliff dwellings at Gila in New Mexico and really enjoyed going through the places that the ancient inhabitants lived. We thought the castle would really be cool as it was ...