Americas Best Value Inn - Payson
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- Free parking
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Another beautiful morning and the usual breakfast, a nice old guy from Idaho asked if we were going to the Apache Trail, he said it was lovely although the unpaved section at the end is very dusty and bumpy. The Apache Trail is supposedly the oldest road in the US as it was used by the Indians to reach the Suoerstition mountains and water, it was considered a sacred place. The mountains are amazing they were formed by a volcanic eruption and have very jagged ...
... kind of forget the day and the date. Sorry Bud – we still love you and hope your golf game today was better than your father’s, it could not get any worst.
We had some rain last night (which is needed) and when we woke up this morning the mountains were covered with mist and some fog and only 60 degrees. The winds had died down so we decided since we only had to drive about 32 miles today to hike the Romero ...
... touch with Lynnie and my friend Pete in Seligman, Arizona.
I took a walk around the Oak Loop, where I’m staying. There are Live Oaks here, meaning that they keep their leaves year around. Other trees inhabitant the area too, including the manzanita and some other varieties I can’t identify. I visited with a few campers and came back.
I read and sunned the rest of the day. In the late afternoon ...
... three loops for camping. I'm in the Elk Loop. It makes me feel a bit at home, knowing that there actually are elk in the area. By the way, on the way, I saw a Mountain Sheep ewe standing not far from the road. So close, in fact, that I could see the red tag in her ear. Very becoming. No ewe jokes, I promise.
Anyway, I stopped and talked with Judy, the camp host. She sold her house and now lives in a nice, shiny Class A ...
... take some shots of them. That is how my day ended there. So I packed up. Grabbed a quick snack while I wrote some thoughts down, along with directions of how to get here. GETTING THERE: From Phoenix, go north on Highway 87 to milepost 254 (about 2 miles north of downtown Payson) and turn right onto Houston Mesa Road (forest road 199). Go about 7.4 miles and pull into the Water Wheel Campground and park. The GPS coordinates to ...