Kohl's Ranch Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I'm about to leave here from Payson soon to start hitchhiking and traveling again. My destination is unknown and my departure bitter sweet. I have met a lot of amazing people since I've been up here. Many of these people I can say are going to be lifetime friends. And they understand why I am doing what I am doing. I have called the road home and the sky my ceiling for so long.. and ...
... here was the Tonto Natural Bridge, which is believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. We did three short hikes to view the bridge and nearby falls.
A scenic one-night stop on our way to our next main ...
... into the forest. Along 260 east toward Heber I saw a sign that said Tonto Creek Recreation Area, going left across the highway. I decided to see what this was about, and again, I'm glad I followed my nose where it wanted to lead me. This has been a wonderful exercise on this trip, not letting me down even once, and there's more to come.
I took this Forest Service road to the north of 260 for about two or ...
Another slow starting day but we got motivated to go fishing at one of the many mountain lakes around Payson. Payson was founded in the late 1880's as a logging town and with all the huge trees, we could easily see why. We had a great day fishing but we only caught rocks and didnt get one bite. But like they say...it's not about the fish you catch, it's about the people you catch them ...
... location in the hills. It is slowly turning from a ghost town (literally) into an artist's colony and has a lot of potential (how's that for a euphemism?). We had a terrific lunch there at the Red Rooster...check it out. Prescott looks like a nice place to live, but even 100 miles from Phoenix the sprawl (read traffic lights) makes it a little hard to navigate. In Phoenix, we watched the US men's national team ...