After catching up on the mail, we discuss three more Arizona towns, Quartzite, Tombstone, and Bisbee before getting into RVing southern Utah.
Then we move on to southern Utah. We start with the southwestern town of Hurricane. It is quite near Zion National Park. We talk about our visit there as well as our snowed in attempt to see the Cedar Breaks National Monument. We did manage to make it to Bryce Canyon and its hoodoos.
Before moving east we discuss how we set up our workamping resume in the Workamper News ‘ Awesome Applicant resume App.
Then we move past Capitol Reef National Par to the town of Moab. There we went to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, and Dead Horse Point State Park. We also discuss a barge trip up the Colorado River from Moab.
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Then we complete our discussion of RVing southern Arizona with spots along the interstates in the southern part of the state. We start in Yuma and move east on I 8 to Casa Grande and then east on I-10 to Tucson, Benson, and finally Wilcox.
Next week we’ll cover Tombstone, Bisbee, and Quartzite and the January RV show. Then we’ll cover southern Utah and its collection of National Parks, Monuments, and State Parks.
We start our list of our top 10 favorite campgrounds with Hart Ranch Camping Resort in Rapid City, SD. We worked there for 4 summers and it is still a favorite.
We then continue our feature on our favorite places by state with part one of RVing Arizona. We start with Flagstaff and the many attractions along I-40 east of Flagstaff to include Walnut Canyon National Monument, The Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest National Park and the Painted Desert.
We move up Route 191 to the Hubble Trading Post National Monument and further north to the Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
Then a discussion of Williams, AZ, the Grand Canyon Railroad, and finally, the Grand Canyon National Park. Moving south on US route 89A, we cover the towns of Camp Verde, Cottonwood, and Clarkdale to include the Verde River Canyon Railroad, Tuzigoot National Monument, and the mining town of Jerome. On the other side of I-17 is Montezuma’s Well and Montezuma’s Castle National Monuments.