Fort Tuthill County Campground
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Before leaving for New Mexico, we stopped at the Wupatki National Monument in Arizona for a few hours. This place was beautiful! I can't believe that this monument was built by the ancient Pueblo people, established in 500 A.D. The beautiful, red walls were made from sandstone. So amazing! We then went out to lunch at a local restaurant and slept in the camper once again.
... into the canyon and hiked the Island Trail. Incredible stuff - best told in photographs.
Sinagua, the Spanish name for the people who lived in this region, means "without water". Although others had traveled through the canyon for thousands ...
... the campground, we started to wonder if we could make it through the trees and the turns. We stopped looking for an open space and started trying to safely make our way back to the road. We eventually did, but it was well outside the limits of comfortable driving for me and had we not lost our bumper in an earlier incident we would likely have ripped the thing of here.
By that time we were feeling worn down and not really up for any more adventure so ...
... 30 m) on Oak Creek Canyon Road (Rte 89A)
Sights: Oak Creek Vista (lookout)
Sight seeing Flagstaff Historic Downtown
Riordan House Museum and Tour - $20.00
Macy's European Coffee Shop and Bakery - $5.00
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... of an amphitheatre of red rocks. Looking down the aisle, the huge cross was set into an enormous window overlooking, the valley ... certainly quite a site ... and a sight! Lured by a giant chicken, we couldn't resist a little retail therapy and happy snapping round the Son Silver West Gallery, a treasure trove of southwestern trinkets. On our way again, north to ...