Paisley Corner Bed and Breakfast

Address: 287 N. Main St., Eagar, Arizona, 85925, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 287 N. Main St., Eagar.
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Travel Blogs from Eagar

Second Overnight

A travel blog entry by k.c77 on Nov 12, 2014

On my way to St Johns, I stopped and had lunch at Chick-Fil-A, which is my favorite place to eat and it cost me $5.95. As I was almost to my hotel I stopped for gas at Speedys for $40.48 and then went to check in at Days Inn. I was not very hungry so I had a Clif Bar that I brought from home and then went to sleep. ...

Scenic highway 60

A travel blog entry by 2togonebraska on Apr 01, 2014

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... unique. We had wound our way up a peak we could see the road wind back down to a narrow valley. Down in the valley there was a stream & a bridge for the highway to cross. Then it wound back up another peak on the other side of the valley.

Casa Malpais RV Park is OK for an overnight trip. There were several very old rigs that people are obviously living in full time. That always makes an RV park seem a little iffy. ...

Crossing Another State Line

A travel blog entry by tractormatt on Nov 17, 2013

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We left Santa Fe in the morning and headed towards the
Petrified Forest National Park. Went
along some of the old Route 66 where it was still in existence and passed
through some of the small towns that had been bypassed. Unfortunately there are no camping ...

Last Day at the Ranch/Payson Rodeo

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour on Aug 17, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... the trout pond. Charles and I had a ride booked at 10.15am.

Charles returned triumphant...he is now a fisherman...he caught his first trout with a fly!!!

Our ride took us up a mountain to see a spectacular view of the once most active volcanic area in Arizona. It was spectacular, although I was concerned about the steep decent. The second bloom of flowers carpeted the floor amongst the long grasses. Charles had Rose and I had Fudge, who liked to follow the ...

Second Day on Ranch

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour on Aug 16, 2013

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... Going up was surprisingly easy for the horses, all we had to do was hold on tight. However, coming down was a lot scarier and harder to stay in the saddle as the horses negotiated a very rocky terrain. We were all glad to take a short break for lunch but wondered how it would feel to get back in to the saddle afterwards. A little saddle sore we made our way back to the ranch. When we got nearer and were on the flat in a meadow Dean asked if we wanted to open it up a bit, of course ...

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