Cabins On Strawberry Hill

Address: 5306 N Hwy 87, Strawberry, Arizona, 85544, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 5306 N Hwy 87, Strawberry, is near Montezuma Well National Monument and Fossil Creek Llama Ranch.
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      Extended road trip

      A travel blog entry by joec404 on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... about going to the Storytellers Gourmet Steakhouse until we realized we'd have to sell the RV, the Cabo house, and borrow money from wealthy friends to eat there. No hoity toity pretentious place for us, dang it. 'Course, if I had a younger, trophy woman......WAIT....I'm just joking. Stop yelling. I'm sorry. Really. Kidding. Short skirts sounds intriguing tho WHAP.
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      Sedona and the red rocks

      A travel blog entry by maustravels on Nov 13, 2014

      ... 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 ...

      Visiting the Past

      A travel blog entry by betsyandkris on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... 12th century cliff dwelling which was misnamed by the Spaniards who thought it was an Aztec ruin. You actually can't tour the ruins themselves due to their fragile nature. Instead you follow a path around the base, under huge sycamores, looking up 40 feet where the structure has been built into the ledges. The only way to get into the dwelling was via a series of ladder .. oh my aching knees if I had to climb that several ...

      Day 4 - Full day of the Sedona area

      A travel blog entry by expeditioners on May 24, 2014

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      ... by the smoke from the forest fires over near Slide Rock. For the most part the fires haven't affected anything we wanted to do, just the smell of smoke and the low smoke clouds. Our last stop was in the town of Jerome. Again, based on a tip we ventured for this old mining town just outside Cottonwood. The town overlooks Verde valley and owes its existence to two ore bodies ...

      Water and leeches

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

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      ... the other petroglyphs and their stories.....they're all very quick to say no one knows....and your interpretation is just as valid as anyone elses.

      Laurie is intently listening to the discussion and lecture the docent is giving. I am quite happy to sit on the stump and study. I sit there for probably 30 minutes studying them.....and notice that as the light changes, others appear...and the ones you just saw...disappear. It has to ...