Apache Trail KOA
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApache Trail KOA Apache Junction
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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... is not well- the tumor is a fast growing one in his brain and now not sure what will be happening. They did operate and he was combative after surgery?!
January 8, 2015- Thursday. We did not get up until 10 am and the temp was still 0 (zero)! But the sky is blue and pretty. We have had the paper stopped so Phil had to walk to the corner convenience store for a copy and will have to each day till we leave. A bit more packing and putting towels by ...
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 ...
... crazy songs (As a fan of the music of the eighties, I had all of these genres readily accessible). There were, however, the same two or three songs that made it on each list - angry, sad, and saccharine. All well written and interchangeably pertinent to each of my shifting moods... The first one, Ghost Rider, by Rush was written by the band's drummer after his wife and daughter died within less than a year of each other, leaving him alone. In order to deal (or not), he jumped on ...
... 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 ...
... life to the desert and the crops they planted and used for food and trade... As hunter-gathers they learned to grow cotton and spin it into a thread, than weave it into cloth. They hunted some larger game from miles away for food and hides for clothing...
Some interesting facts... the buildings and outer compound walls are all almost perfectly set north/south.... in the west wall of the big house (4 stories) is a round ...