Category Archives: Arizona

One More Picture

Just one more picture sent to us by our friend, Kathy, in Flagstaff. She joined us for a wonderful day at Marble Canyon. This is Jean and me standing on the banks of the Colorado River at the bottom of … Continue reading

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Home and Art Recap

Two days of driving brought us home last night. Of course the most difficult part of the trip, the worst traffic, and the worst drivers all happened in the hour plus it took us to get from the Bellevue city … Continue reading

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Moving On

Today was our day to leave Arizona and see what Utah has to offer. We drove north from Flagstaff to Marble Canyon, which we had visited a couple of days ago. California condors and rafters were on the river. We … Continue reading

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Oak Creek Canyon

Yesterday we followed Kathy to one of her favorite spots, an overlook at the head of Oak Creek Canyon. This canyon is somewhat unique because in addition to being formed by a stream flowing through it a fault line runs … Continue reading

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Marble Canyon

We thought about going to the Grand Canyon today. However, predictions were for 1-2 hour waits at the entrance, no parking, slow traffic. Instead we decided to go to the part of Grand Canyon National Park that fewer people visit … Continue reading

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Next Destination – Flagstaff, Arizona

Today we packed our bags and left our Worldmark condo in Santa Fe. Six hours later we were at Walnut Canyon National Monument just outside of Flagstaff. Although we have visited before, this unique cliff dwelling location always has something … Continue reading

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