Apache Trail KOA
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A great location - outside of Phoenix with great views, but an easy drive to all the attractions.
Friendly, helpful service, with nice amenities.
Great for a night or a month!
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It is time to get ready for our trip to Centennial Wyoming. First stop now will be Albuquerque. I will check into the motel about 1500. Ryan will fly from Atlanta to Albuquerque international airport. Overnight then we head north to Centennial Wyoming on Thursday ...
... rider Carry all those phantoms Through bitter wind and stormy skies From the desert to the mountain From the lowest low to the highest high Like a ghost rider Shadows on the road behind Shadows on the road ahead Nothing can stop you now Nothing can stop you now Just an escape artist Racing against the night A wandering hermit Racing towards the light" Bravado, also by Rush, has always meant something to me from a standpoint of the human drive to try in the name of pride and love, even ...
... points maybe 35-40 ft…. steep enough that you can’t climb the walls… so when the rains come the place is a torrent of water coming off the mountain… and no place to be… during the ride today… we traveled up about 1200 in elevation, through the canyon… the sides go up oh, maybe 100 – 150 ft in some places… some of the canyon is in the shade all the time… rock/gravel ...
... Dale and Gail will visit us at our winter home in Arizona City... and Rowdy's planning on a play date with Gracie and Tasha! Dale & Gail are dry camping in Apache Junction... It got a little older there during the cold snap... down to 18 degrees! Makes for some camping challenges and great stories!
Happy Trails and while traveling, always, always, always keep the rubber side down!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy, too!