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... having lunch under this solar roof we drove on.
Our destination for that night was the petrified Forrest. We arrived outside
the gates rather late due to taking a wrong turn and driving 40 miles for
nothing. Anyway there was a nice campsite outside with picnic tables and trees
for shade. Also two very large souvenir shops, with tons of petrified wood.
This park was way off the beaten track so there was no traffic during the night
... to be creative and finding out of the way places that end up being gems. Our class A bunkhouse RV is a perfect fit for our family especially for the length of our trips. This is a picture of Rolly the RV - we love him! Hope you enjoy following Team Clizer-Schmidt as we go on another epic RV ...
... summer for anything... or for everything. Though, if I did have one wish, it'd be that everyone who had been hurt on this trip was no longer hurt or hadn't been hurt. It's a tough thing to deal with when all you want to do is be out there, that's a lesson I had to learn with my knee injuries in soccer. It's hard to give time time and it's been harder to know that to struggle is to grow. Christine was overwhelmingly kind and complimentary of this blog; she's a big believer in ...
... feet of beads. To put this into perspective, this bead store is 5 times larger than our house. While beading isn't my cup of tea, Chi-Chi and I roamed the area in the shade while Dolly drooled, wished and finally bought what she needed to sustain her for a while.
After the bead store, we found our way back to I-17 and headed north out of Phoenix. We stopped overnight at a KOA at Black Canyon, AZ and set up, had our evening meal (Turkey burgers ...
... which is on Route 66 for a spot of shopping. It was a lovely town but it was still really cold there with ice on the side of the road.
Instead of taking the direct route to Phoenix, we chose to take the scenic route through Sedona which is a new age hippie town full of faith healers and the like. Many people believe that this area is the centre of vortexes that radiate the earth's power - so of course ...