Tag Archives: Arizona

Day 24: Neurotic Nomads – Montezuma Castle and The Petrified Forest National Park

Hikers Petrified Forest National Park

At Montezuma Castle, it is easy to imagine being Sinagua people making our way through the sycamore and cottonwood trees to gather water at Beaver Creak before climbing up the ladders to our home way up on the cliffs.  Except … Continue reading

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Day 23: Jerome and Tuzigoot

Glass Ornaments Jerome AZ

Please bear with me as I catch up on our blog by posting a few posts a day.  I want to share our journey with you and I want to have a day by day account to give to the … Continue reading

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Day 22: The Warmth of Freshly Laundered Towels

Thing 1, Laundry Helper

Today, we had plans but somehow the details of life devoured the time. At 3:30 pm, I still had laundry in the dryer and the sun was getting low. These sort of days frustrate me. Especially now that we are … Continue reading

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Day 21: Porcupines and Passion


‎”When I got into hunting porcupines, I knew everything there was to know about porcupines. I was passionate.” – Tom from the campground chapel service We set up camp at Thousand Trails Verde Valley  last night.  Will we ever get … Continue reading

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So Much for Kicks on Route 66

Route 66 Sign

I like this quiet little campground nestled out here in the middle of nowhere Fort Mohave. It’s not much more than a parking lot in a desert but you can see the mountains in the distance, it’s clean, and there … Continue reading

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Day 19 : Pit Stop

I-40 2

  Driving days are my favorite.  The endless black snake of pavement makes me feel like each cell of my body has a breath of it’s own. While on the road my mind wonders.  Sometimes I wonder if I’m running … Continue reading

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