Horseshoe Ranch

Mayer, Arizona, United States | Hotel

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Sun, Beads feral cat, and lots of wildlife

A travel blog entry by griesenj


... remember we're on a low carb diet).
We had some interesting neighbors at this campground. Two guys had a fairly large tent set up and by the looks of it, were on the long-term plan. Evidently they like beer and watched Championship Poker on the computer all day.
After eating and cleaning up, we set out on a photo safari within the campground. Wow, what a treasure trove of photo ops. Dolly's hip started bothering her so she ...

Wind again??

A travel blog entry by psandefur


... from the campground and the higher mountains had snow on them. We saw on TWC that there was a large snow cell in the Prescott area, I guess because they are at a higher altitude. Our temperature has been dropping it was in the mid 50's and now 42. The casino on the other side of the Interstate had a concert yesterday but it didn't last too late after dark.

To bed in preparation of our trip north to Flagstaff tomorrow which had 5 inches of snow ...

Valentine's Day under the full moon!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07


... too! We all enjoyed a relaxing day sitting by the water, enjoying the hot sunshine and fine friendship!

We made a delicious BBQ filet mignon dinner, complete with baked potatoes, Caesar salad, A decadent chocolate fondue and, of course, champagne! (oh, and tequila jello shooters!). We were all spoiled with chocolates, cards, and little treats that we exchanged for Valentine's ...


A travel blog entry by drag0nfly


... 1970 and it still is far from completed, however works go on, using the proceeds from the sale of locally-made bronze and ceramic bells, and from the hosting of workshops and overnight guests. There are also organised workshops for volunteers who'd like to lend a hand. You can check their site for more info I arrived at Arcosanti at five in the afternoon, driving like a mad from Las Vegas to be there in time for check-in. From a distance you can only see a part ...

Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle, and Sedona

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus


We reached Camp Verde late and actually stayed the first night at a rest area on I-17 about 35 miles south of Camp Verde. The next morning we drove the short distance to Cliffside Casino parking lot. Friends Dennis and Nancy drove up from the Phoenix area on Thursday and we toured around together. They are on their way ...


This hotel, located in Mayer, is near Art Mart of Sedona and Agua Fria National Monument.
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