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... and it was getting late. We still had to reach the Rio Verde Valley on the other side of the mountains where the campground was. Time was closing in on us. We had to keep going.
The descent was easier and did not take too long but by the time we reached the town of Cottonwood it was dinnertime and the sun was sinking in the sky. We would not have the leisurely dinner in the campground that we had expected. As we came into town a sign pointed to the State Park ...
... Village WaTuTu Café.
On our way to the exit we stopped to look at the G-scale model train display. Living Desert volunteers built the railroad along with the world’s longest wooden “G” scale trestle measuring 202 feet and 8 inches. There are more than 3,300 feet of track laid. With six different loops of track, each varying from 150 feet to over ...
... I'm going to start looking for a picture of my dad and maybe send it to him for a commissioned piece of his artwork.
After spending more time that we expected (and we could have spent much more) we headed out for a nice lunch and then we were on our way to visit the wife of Nick's mentor from his first job out in Los Angeles.
Thanks Heather and Doug for the most wonderful time in your spectacular home and surrounding area.
... premises, too. As you walk through the gardens and exhibits, you can't help but get a sense of peacefulness - at least I can't. It's quiet, centering, and rejuvenating. I wish we lived here so I could go to The Living Desert whenever I needed to be surrounded by its natural beauty and ...
... gravel cemented together by lime between 10-20 million years ago! We took the vehicles back to the truck and were on our way to the next campsite. The roads were so bad and the drive was not long enough to sleep. We stopped at a little town with a great bakery that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt always travels to. It is famous for its apple crumble, and I must admit, it was good! Back on the truck to our campsite. It ...