Majestic Mountain Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... travertine bridge in the world, measuring 400' long at 183' high.
Due to a motorcycle accident, Steve only has one leg but let me tell you, he put all of us to shame as he whipped down the tricky trail as if he were falling gracefully!!
... Dutchman State Park.
Tuesday, April 9 – Picacho Peak State Park, Picacho, AZ This campground is right off interstate 10 between Tucson and Phoenix. You can see the 1,500 foot Picacho Peak from miles away. There are trails to hike that wind up the peak and in the spring you can overlook fields of wildflowers. Settlers heading west used the peak as a landmark traveling between New Mexico and California and later the ...
Yesterday's travels were just fantastic; maybe the best day of my trip so far. The road from Alamogordo, NM, toward the Arizona border winds its way through an every-changing palette of colors, textures and elevations. Alamogordo is about 4500 feet above sea level, but the road ascends to 7000 plus feet and stays in that range for almost two hundred miles. And just as ...
... till I saw another spur road, 89C I think it was, which became a dirt/gravel mix at that point, as I recall now. Up another half mile maybe to where the road was just dirt, turn left, and within a 1/4 mile there is a camp site ready made for me, with a stone fire circle included. The Forest Service road continues on, but this spot is perfect for me for the night, so in I go. It was early in the day, maybe 2PM, but the ...
... Desert into New Mexico. Here is what I call, God's land. Okay, I have to admit. I'm the avid fisherman, but where I stayed beckoned me to get some rest and relaxation instead of baiting up for trout. I stayed at Kohl's Ranch Lodge where my cabin sat more less than 20 meters from Tonto Creek. Each morning I had my coffee and each evening I had my wine (or beer) dangling my digits in the frigid running waters. Although I could have easily rented a pole from the front desk, ...