Tag Archives: Arizona

Meteor Crater

When we were traveling across Arizona last year we saw a few signs along the interstate for Meteor Crater. We opted to skip it and press on to bigger and better attractions. Maybe we should have stuck with our original … Continue reading

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Lake Havasu City, AZ

Last night we ventured off I-40 to go see the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, AZ. It’s the second biggest tourist attraction in Arizona, after that attention hogging Grand Canyon. We learned an oilman bought the bridge from the … Continue reading

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Ancient Pueblo Dwellings

Within the Four Corners area of the U.S. (northern Arizona, southern Utah, northwest New Mexico, and southern Colorado) there are several National Monuments protecting artifacts and ruins of the ancient Pueblo People. Wupatki National Monument near Flagstaff, AZ protects ancient … Continue reading

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Petrified Forest NP

Petrified Forest National Park is right along Route 66 and is an easy place to visit in one day. The park has two regions, the upper region offers overlooks of the banded badlands of the Painted Desert. The lower region, … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon NP

No tour of U.S. National Parks would be complete without visiting the Grand Canyon. Neither Finn nor I had been there so we were excited to finally visit. We camped in Williams, AZ, about an hour and twenty minutes south … Continue reading

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Four Corners Monument

This morning we drove to the Four Corners Monument where the boundaries of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado all meet.  It’s the only point in the U.S. shared by four states. There are vendors selling Navajo jewelry, postcards, arrowheads … Continue reading

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