Fort Tuthill County Campground
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Flagstaff Extreme is right next to the campground . Super convenient!
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... with the Arizona police. We got pulled over, Paul was driving, he asked him to get out of the car - full sepal and then told us we were swerving between lanes & gave us a warning.
We then headed on & passed the Wigwam Motel, which was pretty cool.
Shame we couldn't stay the night.
Today the journey only ...
... bit with my driving. I wanted to enjoy the scenery!
We arrived at the Canyon, got a map for the small walk we had to do through the canyon to get to slide rock and headed off. The scenery was beautiful. The creek was only small but the flow was strong and we had a heap of fun.
You can see from the look on Blackys face that the water was absolutely freezing! We googled it and all we could find was 17 degrees in ...
... 40 dollars but her little purse has not come open once. What a little thrifty girl!
We finally got on the road to Phoenix about 7pm – I hoped to travel to Sedona to be able to witness the sunset views along the Sedona Mountains but the overcast sky and made that impossible. We stayed on the major highway into Phoenix arriving there late in the evening weaving up and down and curving through the mountainous roadway along the ...
... rim into alcoves in the canyon walls, maintaining the gardens on top. After 150-200 years, they left the canyon dwellings and moved on.
We spent the majority of a day here. Great hike - my mom loved it! Back at the hotel, I'm on my iPad when she asks if I'm searching for the closest Dairy Queen.
... but more of old DD later.
Spotting a sign outside the 'shop' for information, we went in.
Nothing could prepare you for this sort of thing. Nothing.
From the signs outside to the utter mess inside, this was an Emporium to be treasured and stuffed FULL of treasures, many of them circa 1937, or therabouts.
But they paled into insignificance when we met the man.
Bearded, bent, possibly only in his mid 50s, in a great Hawaiin shirt with the ...