Days Inn Chino Valley
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... Canyon and decided to take the trail of the South Rim. As we hiked towards the South Rim of the Canyon we spotted a few chipmunks and squirrels (a very exciting thing for me). Ben taught us about the different trees in the area. Many of them being Juniper trees and Pinyon trees (which is what the real mistletoe grows on), ponderosa and the gambel oak. We also did a geological walk and looked at the many different rock types that are found in ...
This morning was a time for the mundane
but necessary household chores, principally washing of windows and doing
The afternoon was the highlight of the day, a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad for a 4 hour excursion from Clarkdale to the Perkinsville ghost ranch, and return to Clarkdale. This was a ride through high desert, along the Verde River and ...
... on staying here for several days, using this campground as a base to explore the area, including the city of Sedona. After setting up the camper we set out to explore the city of Cottonwood, and to visit the “Tuzigoot National Monument”. Tuzigoot is the reconstruction of the stone homes, or pueblos, of a prehistoric culture that lived in the valley for about 400 years from 1125 to the early 1400s.
... waiting to prey on dead cyclists) because there was very little traffic. A stiff climb!
The pay-off was a steep descent on a winding and rough road of 12 miles to the best hamburger restaurant in Arizona (it was too). Then a short blast of 7miles to the hotel in 32C, although it felt much hotter than that.
Penny has asked me to point out that we are back at 3,500ft and tomorrow we ...
... through it, but oh well!
Next we went up to Box Canyon to hike along a river. We didn't get to see the finale of the hike because a couple families were camped in the "box" but we had a few other bonuses that made up for it. It was Saturday so the 4-wheelers were out in full force riding along and in the river that was about a foot deep in most places. We could tell they were having fun. We talked to four guys on horses that told us about Box Canyon ...