Mormon Lake Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... when we said we wanted to think about it and the others went over the road to check prices I got the 'Senior rate' of $40 per night and that sealed the deal with tax $197 for 4 of us.. The rooms were OK although the shower pressure was not great and one shower was not working. when we asked for a taxi into town the manageress told us it was walkable, but I had to ask for the taxi as it was too far for me. It did not take long to arrive and was cheap ...
... They were only one story high since the natural ledge openings were much smaller. You could see the various stone walls divided the main structure into its different rooms. There were several of these dwellings all along the canyon wall. One thing I thought was interesting is that researchers theorize all the dwellings were built by the women of the tribe. I would have thought ...
... a hole in my foot and still aches! What happened to the itchy ones?! Heading out from Joshua Tree, we used Google Maps to get us to Flagstaff, Arizona. About an hour into our drive, we came upon a "closed road" sign, with the only off shoot to the right. Even taking the new path, Google urged us to turn around and continue on the closed road. We should've listened. The road turned into a sand-covered path with rocks strewn across. The ...
... ready to go. Three nights in the ninety plus degree heat of the dealership back lot was more than enough.
We left Sunday morning for a campground north of Flagstaff located near the crater of the extinct Sunset Volcano. The trip was an up and down, as in hilly, one hundred and eighty miles. We arrived at Bonito Forest Service Campground just about at the noon hour and time for lunch. Now the learning time continued... With ...
... some talks, to catch up with friends and aquaintences and to hear the latest in the overlanding world.
As we had just aquired a Four Wheel Pop-up Camper (see: www.fourwheelcampers.com) we took up residence on their stand along with a dozen of other happy owners. It was a good couple of days but we wanted to head on and ind ourselves some new country to camp in. ...