Juniper Well Ranch

Address: 5425 N Tonto Rd., Prescott, Arizona, 86304, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 5425 N Tonto Rd., Prescott.
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      London Bound

      A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on Apr 20, 2014

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      We all flew on Easter Sunday to London where we will meet tomorrow at the Stafford Hotel in St. James Park. My flight is direct to London on British Air, but doesn't leave until 7:40 PM. Steve dropped me off at 12:45 PM on his way to Tucson, so I had a lot of free time. Terminal 4 at Sky Harbor is so nice that there was much to do. I had a wonderful salad at ...

      Entry No. 1, April 11, 2014

      A travel blog entry by bruce-colbert on Apr 11, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... the Camino is that more people than not decide to do it without being sure why. And as they say in the movie, and I’ve read on many blogs and travel journals, if you do not know why you are doing the pilgrimage when you start, you know by the time you finish. That’s me. I’m not sure why it hooked me so fast but it did and I’ve never looked back. I just feel a pull to go and I’m going.

      Preparation: Luckily for ...

      Pay Attention or you'll miss it!

      A travel blog entry by cmoreforlife on Aug 23, 2013

      8 photos

      ... and feelings, hanging there, dead. It hits me and I begin to pray. Not knowing what else to do with such a specific emotion, that’s all I can do. Just when I think the feeling as eased a bit, I walk down to the steps to see a statue of Mary holding the dead body of her son. If there’s one thing that pains me, it’s the thought of any parent burying their child no matter how old. I’m torn but keep walking and see the tomb with Jesus laying on a ...

      The Plains Of Arizona And The Forests Of Sedona.

      A travel blog entry by mrlocation on Jul 07, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... the tourist 'paradise' of Sedona. At Sedona the view really opens up - it had previously been of narrow canyons - and you cannot stay in your car for too long as you are compelled to stop and take pictures of such a grand scene. A Danish couple were snapping the view where we stopped - one with a small digital camera and the other with her mobile phone. But you just cannot cram all of the view into one picture and when you view it on your computer later, it does not do ...

      Gold, Jim! GOLD!!

      A travel blog entry by thenewmcraes on Jun 19, 2012

      ... class that evening, so Chris and I actually just kicked back and watched some episodes of 30Rock that Kevin had rented (Gasp! TV?!?). Neither of us had ever seen it before, but that mess is HILARIOUS. The evening was quite lovely; a little dog-walking, a little veggie sautéing, a little making s'mores in the chimenea and talking on the porch swing. Arizona has interesting politics, and it was neat to get a community psychologist and ...