Meadows Inn on Woodland

Address: Pinetop, Arizona, 85935, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Pinetop

Relaxing in the Pines

A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jun 28, 2014

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... Of course, I had to pick the card that said "taking a number 2"! Who thinks of this stuff??

We watched some artistic log carving at one of our favorite places to tourist shop and when Roy brought Aubrey into the shop, she latched onto a little stuffed beagle puppy with what he called a "death grip". There was no choice but to buy it for her and Madi picked out the cutest husky puppy for ...

At the Fishin' Hole

A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jun 26, 2014

13 photos

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We ended the day with a great dinner at Charlie Clarks's Steak house. We ran into an old friend from work, Ron Smith, who is also up here with his family. Ron mentioned he and his family were hiking today not far from the San Juan fire that has flared up east of Show Low. Already 2,000 acres burned. So sad for the families who live in the area and for the beautiful forest in this area.


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Beatin' the Heat!

A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jun 23, 2014

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... in no time. (If you don't know my big guy, he's known to be a bit anal when it comes to cleanliness.)

Overall, I have to say this place is so much nicer than any other cabin we've stayed in up in this area. I'll score it a 8.5 out of 10 mainly because it's built into the side of a big hill and there's no flat ground for the kids to play outside.

Glad we all made it up the mountain safe and sound.
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Saying Goodbye, and Heading West

A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... will be broken. Creation of the Bluewater Reservoir helped develop agriculture in the area, and the region’s volcanic soils provided ideal conditions for farming. Beyond its carrot moniker, Grants is also home to a mining museum, which is next to Historic Route 66. The uranium mining boom here lasted until the 1980s, when the collapse of mining nearly ruined the town’s economy. In Grants, I turn off I-40 / Route 66, and head south on ...

Salt River Canyon

A travel blog entry by barbarabean on May 29, 2014

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Much cooler today, in the mid 80's and overcast
It only sprinkled when I was filling up the car.
Salt River Canyon is spectacular but requires driver concentration. I am glad it was a short day.
Tomorrow, I am aiming for Cortez, CO. for the weekend
Today's lunch was forgetable ...