We Got Our Kicks on Route 66

We had found a wonderful boondocking spot outside of Camp Verde, AZ. We made some new friends and had a great view of the area mountain range. It also gave me a chance to really test our new solar panels. They worked quite well and we never pulled out the generators the entire time we … Continue reading We Got Our Kicks on Route 66

Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot

The Sinagua people, ancestors of the Hopi and Yavapai communities, inhabited the Verde Valley from 1125 to 1400 A.D. They built their dwellings on top of hills or into the sides of the surrounding mountain cliffs. There are a number of Indian ruins throughout this region and two of them have been preserved as National … Continue reading Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot

Prescott, Arizona

When the weather starts to get warmer, it is a good time to head toward higher elevation and Prescott, Arizona fits the bill. Celia and I headed to a campground in Prescott Valley called Fairgrounds RV Park for a week. As luck would have it, some friends we had met in Southern Arizona, were making … Continue reading Prescott, Arizona

Funky Bisbee Arizona

While in Benson, Celia and I couldn’t miss visiting the old mining town of Bisbee highlighted in one of our favorite blogs. Described as “America’s Best Historic Small Town” in USA Today, this funky enclave has morphed from a bustling mining town of years past to the quirky town of 5000 residents it is today. … Continue reading Funky Bisbee Arizona