Lo Lo Mai Springs

Address: 11505 LoLoMai Rd., Cornville, Arizona, 86325, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 11505 LoLoMai Rd., Cornville, is near Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours, Page Springs Valley, Eliphante, and Equinature.
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        Travel Blogs from Cornville

        Thunderstorms in Flagstaff

        A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Oct 06, 2015

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        ... until another, for another route, comes along. Excellent. Having done our damage in the shops, posted the goodies on to my friend in Los Angeles (hate to think how we are going to get all our goodies back home), off to Historic downtown. Aah, Irish pub in Historic downtown. That sounds nice. WHAT? No Kilkenny in an Irish pub? Bugger! Sam Adams it will have to be, then. Sacrificing oneself for the good of a Route 66 business - such love for the preservation of The Mother ...

        Williams and Sedona

        A travel blog entry by villadale on Sep 23, 2015

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        ... we had a direction sign. When we got to Drake we were surprised to find only a cement plant named Drake – no town. It did get us to a paved road, rte. 89. We then took a long looping route around to Sedona. We saw a golden eagle fly up right beside the road as well as a deer while we were in the woods and plains.

        We got into town just as the sun was setting. We had a chance to look at the tall red sandstone cliffs surrounding ...

        Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest

        A travel blog entry by villadale on Sep 22, 2015

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        ... and spread over the entire blast zone.

        From the crater we went to the National Petrified Forest. On the way we spotted a small herd of antelope for today's critter. This is a 28 miles driving loop that takes you through the largest protected petrified forest in the US. This was a wonderful trip with lots of wood scattered throughout the whole park. You could see small chunks and large sections of trees. For me the most ...

        Day 16

        A travel blog entry by acrossland on Sep 13, 2015

        Nancy felt good enough to drive to the retreat on her own this morning. I came over after their mind/body class (she participated). Her stomach is still on the warpath, but she stayed awake & visited until lunch. She requested that I bring her some noodles with just olive oil when I came back from lunch to soothe her stomach. I brought her some organic gluten-free noodles with olive oil & it did a lot for her spirit ...

        Day 15

        A travel blog entry by acrossland on Sep 12, 2015

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        ... I'm no longer a paying companion. No dinner tonight for Nancy...she just couldn't do it & came to lie down in the room. I went to Whole Foods & got a salad for my dinner & some Fuji apples requested by Nanny. When I came back, Dr. Helms was in the room doing his evening consult with her & discussing the stomach problems. He has been encouraging her to do some walking to get the systems moving, but she hadn't been out until this evening. After he ...