Beaver Creek Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the eastern flank of the Sierra Nevada's, with impressive views of the peaks and valleys that make up this fantastic chain of mountains. The highway itself is a lot quieter than those highways and roads on the western side of the ranges thru the Central Valley (the I-5) or the coast road thru' Big Sur. There's a lot less towns and those towns that dot the eastern flank of the ranges are smaller, more rural, and more homely.
Initially the country you ...
Our Verde Canyon Railroad trip was an amazing experience (check out the video). It began at a train station practically in the middle of nowhere, but near the town of historic Clarkdale. In the glory days of the iron horse, the train station was typically the bustling hub of every small town across America. Those times may have passed but this venue seemed authentic and historic.
From the moment we stepped aboard the fully-restored ...
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - our much anticipated visit to Grand Canyon.
Words cannot describe, so hopefully pictures might.
We opted to splurge for an organized tour to get the whole experience and it was a good choice. Great West Tours and our guide Allen, of Lakota, Sioux Nation origin looked after us for 12 hours. Allen was a great guide - not overly talkative, but informative. The 2.5 hour drive each way was comfortable with him at ...
... red mountains, but they do look much more impressive from afar. There were warnings about bears, coyotes, snakes and spiders but we happily avoided all those critters. The concierge here gave us a map when we checked in, and scribbled notes and highlights all over it. It was a bit of information overload at the time, but there was a spot circled with the word "sunset" scribbled by it. We figured it was a spot to hike to to ...
... I-8 freeway, joined the I-17 freeway, blew through Phoenix where they could use a couple of million less cars, and up through Black Canyon, an amazing chunk of geology put there by a mirthful God, with a pit stop at the Agua Fria National Monument where there's over 450 distinct Native American structures, some petroglyphs scattered across the numerous puebloan ...