Americas Best Value Inn Globe / Miami AZ
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... Utah, through Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Pretty cool, except ringing this awesome monument was probably 50 sales booths, and trust me, all the stuff is the same. How many silver bracelets can you have. So here's some pix of that place.
Then driving southwest, through Navajo territory of which there's a vast amount, as reported earlier, we saw scattered houses ...
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... less dangerous locale, Miami, hopefully.
They said they would go back to their camp and then return. Chris offered odds against their return. I won the bet. Danny, from Superior gave us a ride to Miami. When we got the bikes out of his truck I had a flat tire. What else?? Once repaired, we made our way to the Mormon Church in Claypool. This precipitated our eventful night.
The preceding days had found us in Maricopa, Casa Grande, Coolidge and Florence.
... added to it... it will probably end up in pieces on my garage floor!
Now we are ready for our next adventure with our Side by Side(s). Gail had expressed an interest in Box Canyon, AZ. Connie googled Box Canyon and sent Jim and Gail&Dale the link http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.as px?trailid=XFT002-055 ... The rest is history!
Today might have been a first…. Since the mid 80's Connie and I have ...
... the trail it was going clockwise. The trail was not too bad for the first mile as far as the technical side goes. The hard part was all the loose rock which made it easy to lose traction. There were a few up-hills I walked (did not want to expend much energy or fall off and get injured right before the Grand Canyon). About a mile and a half in I started to have doubts I was on the right track as I passed several signs that said “wrong way.” So with my water ...