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The state capital and largest city is Phoenix
Two important cities are Phoenix and Tucson
Date of statehood is February 14, 1912
The state flower is saguaro
The state Bird is Cactus wren
The current population is 6.627 million
The total amount of square miles is 114,006 square ...
... justice, but I was amazed by the petroglyphs etched in the stone, the petrified wood, granite, that lay about like a timber man's wasteland, and sheer beauty of the painted desert.
The 28 mile drive through the National Park was brutally rough. We bounced around so hard that all of Nick's clothes that were hung up in the closet on hangers actually lifted off the clothes rod and fell on the closet floor. Our tax dollars at work.
... about it, Wile E Coyote didn't look too much like the coyote we saw earlier today either. Our next stop off was at Hackman General Stores, this was heaven for me as there were many old American vehicles spread around the place. After taking photos of every single one of them, sorry Elaine, and having a quick look around the store we continued on our way. After this it was quite a drive before we reached the last town on this section of the ...
... over water and the land that was on the west side is now an island. Time to hit the road and head for home since the temperature was up to 96 and tomorrow we needed to be in Seligman early.
SATURDAY 5/3-Left the campground early since it was an hour drive east and up in altitude to the start of the rally. The official start was not until 10 so we got there around 8:30. We were not sure how this worked with over 700 entries so we asked a guy. He said ...
... generators and then back up to a spectacular view over the dam and the new span bridge nearby, built recently to take traffic off the two Lane road over the dam wall.
Immediately on leaving the dam we were out of Nevada and into Arizona and the country was desolate to say the least. Nothing but sage bush covering the desert landscape and rugged peaks surrounded us on all sides. An hour later we turned off to the Chloride, a semi ghost town, once a thriving ...