I spent the end of the year in Arizona, and much of that time was spent along the Apache Trail. Below is a sampling of many of the cacti I saw while there: 112 more words
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Tortilla Flat, Arizona.
Last week we revisited Goldfield, the old mining town that is now an interesting tourist stop along the Apache Trail. This week we travel a little further along the trail toward the town of Tortilla Flat, an unincorporated community about 50 miles east of Phoenix. 319 more words
Show Low, Arizona, Monday May 16, 2016
Well we are back on the road, with a trip of just under four weeks scheduled. I say scheduled since for each of the last two years, we had some medical issue that forced changes to our travels scheduled for this time of the year. 1,407 more words
In the desert east of Phoenix, Arizona lies the Salt River. Along the Salt, there are four man-made lakes: Saguaro, Canyon, Apache, and Roosevelt. Saguaro Lake is the only one that requires a different road to gain access, and the other three are along the famed Apache Trail route. 61 more words
According to the sign at the very windy that day lookout point, Fish Creek Hill is famous for it’s winding, steep and narrow descent. While the view of the mountains and canyons were spectacular I can imagine it being even more so when it’s warmer and things are blooming, 214 more words