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... pueblo was two stories high in some parts and there were 87 ground floor rooms. There were few exterior doors or windows. Most homes were entered by ladders through roof openings. Again, it is amazing that these homes were built so well that they have survived so well all these years. The views from the summit into the valleys were spectacular. We could see the towns of Clarkdale and Jerome ...
... a pleasant mostly shady hike 3.2 miles in to a dead end at a rock wall face. At the very beginning, a hippy old hiker handed me a gift of a heart shaped red rock. He said it was a "gift of unconditional love from Mother Earth" and something else about savouring the spiritual energy the day would bring. Cool. The last 400 m was a steep rocky balancing act, but the rest was quite easy. It was neat to get up close to ...
... on the internet so went there and had one of their beers, mine was apparently mixed with apple, it did kind of taste of cider - then we got talking to a young guy who was there filming a documentary about Native American biker gangs. He was from LA and they'd been travelling all across the US from New York making this film, we had a nice time (and another round) and then went to the restaurant they'd recommended. Peter's steak was good but my coconut shrimp were so ...
... even with high cross winds. Fuel consumption has been pretty decent considering the hilly terrain and fighting the cross winds.
Fuel prices have been between $3.25 - $3.45 but we expect that to change once we get to California.
We will stay a couple days here in Camp Verde to take in some of the sites.
Hopefully we'll have something to post about tomorrow.
We traveled today. We bid our home of a 6 days goodbye, packed up the motor home, and headed north. Northwest actually.
We drove through Tucson and then on to Phoenix. Tucson has about half a million people, and Phoenix had 1.5 million. While I'm sure both have their nasty areas, both cities looked like very nice places to live. Clean, well kept, and neat..........with a lot to offer. Economically, it seems pretty strong. It seems like ...
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