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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Albuquerque, NM

We had the best time in Albuquerque!! I’ll try not to make this post super long, but I’ll warn you now, it is picture heavy and includes a couple of really short videos. One of the most important things you’ll need to know before visiting New Mexico is that they love their chilies. Every restaurant … Continue reading »

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Gallup, NM

Gallup is often called the “Indian Capital of the World” because of it’s location in the heart of Native American lands. Some of the tribes that call this area home are the Navajo, Zuni, and Hopi. We spent our first week in New Mexico learning about some of the local peoples and customs. I have a … Continue reading »

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Petrified Forest National Park

We spent a week in Holbrook, AZ so we could explore Petrified Forest National Park. Holbrook is a pretty small town right on Route 66. We had some below freezing temps while staying in Holbrook and saw some of the windiest days we’ve seen in Arizona. I would suggest coming to this area before November. … Continue reading »

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Old Stuff And A Big Hole

That’s quite the title for a post, right? Old Stuff And A Big Hole. Usually, I’ll name a post based on the town we’re staying in, but that doesn’t really work for this area. We stayed 20 miles from Winslow and 30 miles from Flagstaff at the Meteor Crater RV Park. I couldn’t call this … Continue reading »

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High clearance required.

One of the requirements before starting this trip was to have a four wheel drive vehicle.  The Sedona area has over a dozen drives that are a little more, adventurous.  We wanted to do one of these drives, as the views were said to be spectacular…and they were.   The drive we chose to do … Continue reading »

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So Much Awesome Part Two

The Sedona/Verde Valley area has so many things to see and do. From the hikes I told you about in the last post to National Monuments to Ghost Towns. You should plan on spending at least a few weeks in this area to see it all. We started with the Red Rock District of the … Continue reading »

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So Much Awesome

We spent two weeks in the Sedona/Verde Valley, AZ area and we get it now. We understand why people flock to this area. This area is a hiker’s dream. So many hikes…so little time! I think every cairn we saw had multiple hikes with arrows pointing you in the right direction. And then you’ve got … Continue reading »

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Pizza Roundup Pisa Lisa

Pisa Lisa has some of the best pizza ever with super tasty gelato, but let’s talk gelato later. Pisa Lisa is in Sedona, AZ. I had a really good feeling about this place. It started off right with some of the best blueberry soda I’ve ever had! The menu has pizza, salads, panini’s, tapas, and … Continue reading »

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Phoenix, AZ

We’ve been in Arizona for about a month and we finally made it to the State Capitol Building! We don’t add the state sticker to our map until we’ve been to the Capitol Building, so we’d been looking forward to Phoenix. See the pretty statue on top of the copper dome? It moves! We thought that … Continue reading »

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