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... the mercy of Freightliner as to when we would arrive. Greer's is a no frills, amenity free park that is very comfortable for an overnight or several day stay to explore the area.
At about 6pm, we were $300 lighter and 6 hours of the day wasted sitting in the Trucker's Lounge at Freightliner. We had a new radiator cap and a quart of coolant. How frustrating!
Tomorrow has to bring better travels.
... and its camping areas.
From here the 395 runs across flatter drier country but still the snow capped ranges rear up just to the west – it is never a boring drive!
Got to Bridgeport and fuelled up at the Shell servo on the western side of town - man, they have got to be the most expensive place in California for fuel! Yarned to a bloke from Maine - Rick Henion - who was riding a Ural motorbike - heading off around the world on it and he ...
... face to face with the sounds and sights of the high desert that characterizes the Canyon.
The Verde Canyon, featuring an abundance of native flora and fauna, rugged, high-desert rock faces and spectacular vistas, is only accessible by rail. Sandwiched between two protected sanctuaries, the Coconino National Forest and the Prescott National Forest, we run a rare ribbon where dramatic high desert meets a precious riparian area.
The ride ...
Oak Creek Country Club was where we spent Sunday afternoon with a nice couple from Boston. The course was also pretty, but Sedona Golf Resort wins in my books - we will play there again tomorrow. Today we set out with trail map in hand, water and snacks in tow, ready to explore some hiking trails. We decided on a 6.5 mile hike first, a late lunch, some pottery shopping, then a sunset viewing hike before dinner. Boynton Canyon ...
Written by Corey
When we left Phoenix, we really hadn't put together much of a plan for the next few days. We knew of a couple of RV parks near Sedona, so we figured we'd just make the short drive and figure it out when we got there.
The drive from Phoenix to Sedona was nice. Somehow our GPS took us on a route that bypassed the popular scenic drive, but it was still pretty. We drove through Verde Valley and then into the Sedona area. I had ...