Monthly Archives: October 2012

Another Night in Tucson

Tucson, AZ Last night we stayed in the parking lot at Premier Motor Coach Services here in Tucson.  With repairs incomplete, this will also be our home tonight. Premier completed two of three repairs/renovations we wanted/needed yesterday.  The first was … Continue reading

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Sabino Canyon

Tucson, AZ We are parked in the lot of Premier RV Renovations in Tucson while having some repairs and renovations made to the motorhome (more on that in the next blog).  When you live in a motorhome and it is … Continue reading

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Return to Tucson and Saguaro National Park

Tucson, AZ On Friday we returned to Lazydays RV Park in Tucson to have some work done on the motorhome.   This is the same park where we attended a Discovery Rally a couple of weeks ago, so we are … Continue reading

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Honanki Heritage Site and Loy Canyon

Cottonwood, AZ This morning we took care of some business before heading out to do some hiking.  We purchased the Jeep in California and want to register it in Pennsylvania.  Of course, nothing is easy.  We called a tag service … Continue reading

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Oak Creek Canyon and the Bear Mountain Trail

Cottonwood, AZ This morning we road through Sedona to head up north for a drive through scenic Oak Creek Canyon.   But first we had to stop at a local java shop to enjoy the view. We have visited many … Continue reading

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Broken Arrow Road, Chicken Point, and the Church of the Holy Cross

Cottonwood, AZ Many people have told us that you have to do the Broken Arrow Road in a Jeep.  So this morning we headed off in that direction to see if we are really members of the 4-wheeling society or … Continue reading

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The Vultee Arch and the Devil’s Bridge

Cottonwood, AZ Early this morning (early for us, not for the working world) we headed east toward Sedona.  Just as we entered the city limits we turned north on Dry Creek Road to do some hiking.  The road begins in … Continue reading

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