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Travel Blogs from Prescott
We left Yuma and traveled to Buckeye, AZ to visit Dave's cousin Myron and his wife Lillian. Good visit and wonderful lunch. Then on to Prescott. This was a must-see place since our niece Gretchen graduated from college here and we had never been here. When we got here, we found out our hotel was in Prescott Valley which is about 5 miles from downtown Prescott. So we checked in and headed downtown. While looking for a parking place, we encountered many no parking signs. After ...
... FB meet-up, it turned out they were both from Queens, and Carol and I shared our ethnic heritage. I found myself with two new friends in addition to Laura, and Laura found herself feeling briefly left out due to her lack of Yiddish skills and Queens inflection. (Don’t worry, after Carol and Michael departed, Laura and I resumed our 1:1 visit in more conventional language and had a lovely time.)
... visited over 30 years ago and wanted to see again. It didn't disappoint. We spent a couple of hours along the riverside and dipping our toes in the river. It was really slippery to cross but the water felt so cool compared to the 100 degree weather.
We passed through Jerome, a place which 30 years ago was a Ghost town and now is a thriving arty community. They have taken advantage of its ghost history and it seems to be very popular with bikers. We ...
... the dogs got muddy and swam and fetched together, then had the new experience of hiking rocks so steep we sometimes had to hand them up and down to one another. Kevin teaches expeditionary high school biology -- I kid you not -- which makes him a patient and knowledgeable guide; we learned about radiodating granite, isotopic decay, native plants, and Prescott geography. He said that with his teaching schedule, for about 150 days out of the year he has some Adventure -- solo, ...
... Boynton Canyon trail. While it is a beautiful trail, the pleasure of it is somewhat diminshed by the very large and elite resort that borders a large portion of the trail. There are signs posted warning of no trespassing, and armed patrol. As we traveled further back into the canyon, it was more and more peaceful and forested. After an hour of hiking, we turned and headed back as there ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed