Gold Canyon Golf Resort
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December 12 marked our move to Gold Canyon. We got an early start (for us) and were on the road just after 9:00a.m. We drove through Quartzite to reach Hwy 10 that took us to Phoenix. The entry into Gold Canyon RV and Golf Resort is impressive with the entry and exit roads divided by a median of beautifully tended cactus gardens leading to the main …
... out, we just saw a border control point so didn't bother getting into line, didn't want to actually cross the border. Off to the Apache Trail but first stop is the Saguaro National Park (could use our pass again!) to see the giant Saguaro cacti that you see in the Westens, they can grow to 40 feet tall and live for 200 years. We drive the park loop (again built by the CCC), the scenery is just breathtaking and the cacti ...
... we stayed at the campground on an Indian reservation but couldn't think of the name but we remembered it was across from The Fountains suburb...that was where they were from).
WEDNESDAY 4/16 - We decided to take the scenic route from Apache Junction thru the Tonto National Monument & Forest. It was sort of boring the first part until we got to Miami (that is AZ not FL) which has active copper mines. We drove along the Theodore Roosevelt Lake and stopped for ...
We woke up, caught ourselves up on some more Olympics at Sochi Russia. We went to the golf course for another round of golf. After, we drove to the Mesa Market. We got their at the end but was able to get a good look at all the cool things that was there. We did a stop at Walmart for some water, and yes, beer, then went to a Mexican Restaurant that is owned by ...
... fields (vortex) that travelers come to experience. We camped close to trails and town and really enjoyed our stay. Mazy used her back pack for the first time and seemed proud to have it, never even flinching. Oh, but it was hot on the trail... 78 degrees, what? I guess because we came from cool days and cold night for the past couple of months 78 felt hot. We left Sedona and headed to ...