Pine Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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... to the turn-around point of Perkinsville is scheduled so we could enjoy the progress of daylight as it danced over the rippling green waters of the Verde River and then then tiptoes across the canyon floor through canopies of foliage before escaping up the towering canyon walls into the brilliant azure skies of this celebrated gorge. We learn that Perkinsville is a hamlet that rapidly became a ghost town and was used in the 1960s as a filming location for ...
... had coffee and carrot cake at the Sweet Water Cafe. Later we went through town which is very touristy with kitschy shops but the area is stunning. We drove up to a valley across from Cathedral rock fit dusk and Sandro took many Photos with his big camera. Then back to the Views for wine and peanuts and then to Pagos for reasonable Italian? Food. We shared Mushroom Raviola which was much better than last night. Now we are watching ...
... having lunch under this solar roof we drove on.
Our destination for that night was the petrified Forrest. We arrived outside
the gates rather late due to taking a wrong turn and driving 40 miles for
nothing. Anyway there was a nice campsite outside with picnic tables and trees
for shade. Also two very large souvenir shops, with tons of petrified wood.
This park was way off the beaten track so there was no traffic during the night
I'll say this....our campground is very centrally located to the places we're seeing! Most of the places we've been, we had to drive a considerable distance to get to things. Our first stop this morning was about 3 miles from the motor home. The next was about 3 more. The next was about 5. We got to see several things, simply because we didn't have to travel so much.
We started out by going to Montezuma's Castle, which is a ...
After we visited the airport overlooks today, we headed toward Dry Creek and the Boynton Canyon areas. We stopped at several overlooks/pull overs to get these pictures. It is really amazing how different each formation is from the other one.