Motel 6 - Tempe ASU
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... Ranch State Park in Cottonwood, AZ, a little lower in elevation and a tad bit warmer. From Cottonwood we visited Jerome, a very cool mountain mining town turned artsy and area pueblo Indian ruins: Montezuma's Castle & Well and Tuzigoot, ancient farmers of more than 900 years ago. We left the Verde Valley via AZ scenic highways 260 and 87 winding our way through Tonto National Forest ...
... kind of beauty but still fascinating. We stopped at a rest area and got great views of the desert landscape. There was cactus everywhere and the "Beward of Rattlesnakes" signs reminded us we were definitely in Arizona. I especially enjoy coming into Phoenix when we start to see all the Saguaro Cactus. They are my favorite cactus and although many NM signs show a saguaro, we don't have any and the place to see ...
... you better not be caught in this area after dark. This is where the drug smugglers come through and they're all armed with automatic weapons. See that tree line over there?" (pointing to an area about 1/2 mile away) "That is where they come up from the border after passing through the gaps in the mountains. We don't ever leave the station at night unless it's to go out on an emergency call!"
Well, call me stupid, but if they know right where the smugglers are, ...
... up three of them).
Finally, the clock hit 11AM and cheers went up. The first fans started flowing through the gate, but then people gave up and started climbing over the stadium seating and running down to the field instead. The two main stages were set up next to each other at one end of the field and countless merch booths dotted the stadium. Kelsey and I perused them all while we listened - and sung along - to Memphis May Fire. With plenty of band ...