Quality Inn Payson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... paved road was built when access was needed for the construction of the Roosevelt dam in 1920, the water was needed for the growing town of Phoenix. On the way we stop at the ghost town of Goldfield, obviously for tourists but the 20 minute train (not steam -boo) ride was fun, the old guy telling of the rich gold mines that were there but closed when flooded out and also lots of stories of the Indians and the desert plants. Then on to the start of the trail, ...
... about forty feet in length. She has a four-wheel-drive vehicle and a mountain bike to boot. She started out life north of Detroit and now travels and volunteers or hosts as a lifestyle. Nice lady...
I took a short video of the site for Lynnie, so I'll try to upload it for you to see. It's not very good in quality, but gives you a feel for the new home. The flora is much different here at about five-thousand feet. It was cloudy ...
... are N34° 21.048' W111° 17.128' You can cut and paste these into Google maps. FOOD!!!! Oh I almost forgot to tell you this. If you want a great place to eat on your drive back to Phoenix. Just south of Payson on Hwy 87 about 10 miles there is a little town with a restraunt on the east side of the road called "Dry Creek Cafe" Its a great little country-western cafe with wonderful food, and great service. If you can ask for Erin she was ...
... our eyes off the beautiful red rocks/mountains that surround this city. There was a Morman church right across the street which rang the bells on the church every hour. Kanab is a very small town, very quaint and laid-back. While nothing fancy, we enjoyed our stay at Aiken's! The place was full for the night, so many others must have felt the same! Off to Zion National Park tomorrow and the long-awaited stay at the Desert Pearl ...
... places that had hundreds of petrified wood pieces just laying on the ground where they have been for 1000's of years. Painted Desert was also very cool and I could see some similarities between it and Picture Rocks in the Upper Pennisula of Michigan. After that I arrived in Flagstaff. I decided to stay in Flagstaff for about a week and to started looking at potential places to settle down. While here I did go to the Lowell Observeatory where the planet Pluto was ...