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

      ... the landscape a beautiful sage Contrasarpe to the red rock. We then drove to Tlaquepaque Village which is a Spanish- hacienda type shopping development of galleries, restaurants clothes boutiques and knick knack shops.....Sandro and Beatrice wanted to check out an artist that a friend knew called Ken Rowe who does bronze Sculptures of animals eg bears, elk, Eagles etc. he wasn't at the gallery but we explored the area ...

      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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      ... their "apartments" in the cliffs that border Beaver Creek. From there we visited Bell Rock as well as other butte formations just outside the Village of Oak Creek. Then, based on advice of some friends and a local we went to Airport Road overlook of Sedona. It is a great view over Sedona but like most of our site-seeing, the beauty of the Sedona butte's and mountain formations ...

      Water and leeches

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 23, 2014

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      ... cliff, about a half mile one way.

      When we get to the cliff, a docent is going over what everything is and what it means. I go the other direction and sit down on a stump and start studying them. There are hundreds of images and all are supposed to tell a story. A fairly recent study has come up with the idea that it is a calendar related to agriculture. They make some pretty convincing arguments and their logic seems pretty solid. ...