Travel Blogs from Arizona, United States

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Home - YAY!!!, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Home - YAY!!!

A travel blog entry by johnorton

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I just love to come home from any trip, but this one was exhausting.  I think we saw enough of Peru & Bolivia to make the trip eventful.  Certainly would change a few things if wew did it next time time make our lives a little easier, and ...

Grand Canyon for a day, Grand Canyon National Park, United States travel blog

Grand Canyon for a day

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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Nearly unbelievable is the best description I can give to this work of nature.  Millions of years were needed to produce this site.  I am at a loss for words to describe the views available and the magnificence of this natural wonder.  It ...

Monument Valley and on to Lake Powell., Kayenta, United States travel blog

Monument Valley and on to Lake Powell.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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We leave this morning heading into Monument Valley and then back to Page, AZ and the Lake Powell area.  Looking forward to viewing The Wave.  Then on to Bryce Canyon Natl. Park.  We deleted the Arches Ntl. Park from our itinerary, due to ...

SNOW in April in Arizona, Flagstaff, United States travel blog

SNOW in April in Arizona

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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... a spectacular beautiful nation that pics can not adequately display.  Rhonda has some pretty awesome pics from the trip thru New Mexico into Arizona.  The landscape is some of the MOST spectacular scenery I have ever had the pleasure of viewing. ...

Lake Powell/Page, AZ., Page, United States travel blog

Lake Powell/Page, AZ.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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We turned back South & West from Bluff, Utah and backtracked a bit thru Kayenta, even though we took a different route back from Bluff to Kayenta.  The scenery was not quite as dramatic as thru the Monument Valley, but still a few pics. We saw ...

Backroads to the Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, United States travel blog

Backroads to the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by benleah

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... 'd left Vegas behind and were ooohing and ahhhing over the beautiful desert scenery. We passed by many little towns into the state of Arizona then Utah and then Arizona again before arriving at the place we had booked for the night called Jacob's Lake ...

OMG, the sheer beauty was breathtaking., Flagstaff - Sedona, United States travel blog

OMG, the sheer beauty was breathtaking.

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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... either.  I have never experienced feelings like today, just taking in the utter beauty and brilliance of this area of our United States of America.  I will only add that there were times along the banks of the rocky river bed that I felt closer ...

Gran, Gramps, and a Freezer Full of Popsicles!, Williams, United States travel blog

Gran, Gramps, and a Freezer Full of Popsicles!

A travel blog entry by patry

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... ;Probably overtired from their last big night in Vegas!   We took the famous Route 66 to a small village called Oatman in Arizona.  Oatman is known for the wild donkeys that roam its streets.  It is an old ghost town that only consists ...

Heading out in the morning, Phoenix, United States travel blog

Heading out in the morning

A travel blog entry by johnorton

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Last chance to pack everything tonight.  If it doesn't fit - it doesn't go...Typical last minute packing.  Susan hasn't even started to pack yet (thanks American Idol) so I expect she will be up at 1am asking me where stuff is, I am sure. ...

Day 45 - Famous Route and Big Hole, Williams, United States travel blog

Day 45 - Famous Route and Big Hole

A travel blog entry by dazandkim

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We had an early start this morning and were out of he unit by just after 9am, heading to the Canyon. On our way, we say a guy on the side of the road with a measuring wheel. After we had passed him, we realised that this was Dave, the land surveyor we ...

Really Big Show, Really Big, Williams, United States travel blog

Really Big Show, Really Big

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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It was early when we departed from Route 66, but the queues for the Grand Canyon were already stretching.  It was obvious we weren't the only ones here for a show, and it soon became clear why. The climb from the lowland desert ushered a slow ...

Cowboys, Kayenta, United States travel blog

Cowboys

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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... As an aside, we passed through the four corners, an odd man-made geographical landmark for at the junction of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico.  Itself not a wholly exciting landmark once again, but for some reason we found those who were more ...

The Birds, Bees, and Now The Bears Too!, Cottonwood, United States travel blog

The Birds, Bees, and Now The Bears Too!

A travel blog entry by patry

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... We had time at the state park where we were staying to just relax and catch up with Gran and Gramps.  They motored down to Arizona quite quickly so they could spend more time with us, so they were ready for some down time and so were we.   ...

Shave & a Hair Cut, Two Bits!, Kingman, United States travel blog

Shave & a Hair Cut, Two Bits!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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I woke up at 2 am, laid in bed for a while, then was compelled to send an email out. Don't know why, but it seemed like I had to do it at that time.   Now, to whom do you think I had to send an email out at  3 am?   I had to ask ...

Ending one journey and starting another..., Phoenix, United States travel blog

Ending one journey and starting another...

A travel blog entry by semi-backpacker

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CHANGING COURSE During my four months in Latin America, I achieved everything I set out to achieve. I traveled to places I only dreamed of and I woke up every day thrilled to spend my hours writing to my heart's content, while sitting on my balcony and ...

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign!, Kingman, United States travel blog

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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"Signs"   (As recorded by Five Man Electrical Band) LES EMERSON   And the sign said "long haired freaky people, needn't ought apply" So I tucked my hair up under my hat, and I went in to ask him why He said ...

Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries,..., Williams, United States travel blog

Life is Like a Bowl of Cherries,...

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... the engine and transmission heat up too much. I'm also driving on the Interstate as it's the only route west in this part of Arizona...the old, historical, Route 66. I have about 200 kms to drive to the next campground.   I've decided to make ...

Over the Great Continental Divide!, Holbrook, United States travel blog

Over the Great Continental Divide!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... are to spend a day visiting the south rim of the Grand Canyon and continue west to Kingman at the junction of Arizona, California and Nevada. The plan is to spend a few days there resting. Hopefully regaining some energy.   My alternate ...

NOT! Touring the Grand Canyon., Williams, United States travel blog

NOT! Touring the Grand Canyon.

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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I get up and have to get ready to leave for the Grand Canyon visitor center. It's at least an hour's drive. The campground attendant gave me some brochures and an Imax coupon to see a show about the Grand Canyon. It was recommended that I see it before ...

Meteor Crater, Winslow, United States travel blog

Meteor Crater

A travel blog entry by thepaynes2014

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We left Albuquerque this morning heading to Flagstaff, AZ with a stop here in Winslow, AZ.  This crater can not be adequately portrayed thru pictures.  You can't get far enough away to capture the immensity of the size and depth.  This is ...

Hoover Dam, Death Valley and the Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon Village, United States travel blog

Hoover Dam, Death Valley and the Grand Canyon

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters

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... zones (at certain times of the year).  When you walk across the dam you start of in Nevada and finish up in Arizona.  After walking around for some time and after several discussions of whether you would survive if you dived into the river ...

Get Your Kicks on Route 66, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, United States travel blog

Get Your Kicks on Route 66

A travel blog entry by lizandsimon

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... days. One thing I have worked out is that all the public libraries provide free internet access so I am now a library card holder in 4 states and loving it. You register for a computer then they give you an hour on and then you can go back in the queue ...

Fort Bowie, Chiricahaua, Tombstone, Tombstone, United States travel blog

Fort Bowie, Chiricahaua, Tombstone

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... there were no people and it was very windy in this ghost town. Next I drove to Fort Bowie National Historic Site in Arizona.  Of all the days in the summer in Arizona it just happened to rain today.  I bet it won't rain ...

Trials and Tribulations of Preparations, Tucson, United States travel blog

Trials and Tribulations of Preparations

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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... , buy traveler's insurance and go" Tonight is my last night with my cats for 6 months:(  But it is also the second to last night in the United States for 6 months:) and before I leave to Guatemala:).  Holy crap, I'm leaving to ...

Grand Canyon Helicopter Ride! Hell Yeah!, Grand Canyon, United States travel blog

Grand Canyon Helicopter Ride! Hell Yeah!

A travel blog entry by brent-n-toby

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... . We took off for Tuba city, the entrance to Monument Valley and the Painted Desert http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Painted_Desert%2C_Arizona . On the way there the trailer of the vehicle in front of us broke free from the truck in a shower ...

A Grand 'Ole Time, Flagstaff, United States travel blog

A Grand 'Ole Time

A travel blog entry by jwatson

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My bus made it fine to Flagstaff and I set up camp in a local hostel. I decided to try biking again, this time to the Grand Canyon. So I set off the next day at 9 a.m., hoping to do at least 30 of the 80 or so miles that day, maybe more. Two and a half ...

The best laid plans ..., Phoenix, United States travel blog

The best laid plans ...

A travel blog entry by jwatson

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... back the 80-some-odd blocks to my motel room and felt good about my chances. The next day I decided I would bike to Flagstaff, Arizona, about 144 miles away. Silly boy. I knew it would take several days and was prepared for that, but what I didn't ...

Imagination, Hallucination, Revelation & Theories!, Williams, United States travel blog

Imagination, Hallucination, Revelation & Theories!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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The following is how my thought process, or enlightenment , if you wish to call it, has been progressing the past few weeks to arrive at a Theory that boggles my mind. It's no secret that I am a global thinker, I look at the big picture, and always have. ...

Going Home and Bits of Suggestions, Tucson, United States travel blog

Going Home and Bits of Suggestions

A travel blog entry by muddyfeet

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... cheapest ticket takes you, try not to fall back into the old. These are the things I am telling myself as I readjust to the states.  Day four is going quite well.  I'm finishing my blog except I have loads of pics to add, that will be the true ...

Amtrak and Greyhound, San Diego and Tucson, United States travel blog

Amtrak and Greyhound

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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After our huge meal the night before, we decided to have a lie in and skip breakfast altogether. When we eventually emerged, I nipped down the road to pick up our anti-malaria tablets for Central and South America and Dan booked us on to the Amtrak to ...

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