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Dec 11, 2014 - Tonto Natural Bridge

Tonto Natural Bridge One of only a handful of natural bridges in the country, Tonto Natural Bridge is believed to be the largest travertine bridge in the world, at 183 feet high, with a 400-foot tunnel that is 150 feet wide at its’ widest point. Discovered in 1877 by David Gowan, the bridge is now a state park located a couple of hours northeast of Phoenix. The park itself is really quite small, comparatively, and is a day-use area only. There were 4 viewpoints within a really short distance of the roadway, as well as a couple trails that...

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Apr 1, 2007 - moved to Cottonwood, AZ

Currently AT THIS MOMENT we are attempting to go NORTH on I-17 towards Flagstaff, however we will be turning close to Camp Verde. We are going maybe 2-3 MPH, the traffic is two lanes pretty much stopped. According the the truckers (on our CB radio) there doesn't appear to be an accident ahead, but we certainly don't know how much longer this slow pace will continue!! We are aiming for a Arizona State Park called Dead Horse. Joe liked the name (oh-ha, ha) so he chose it for our next campground. They have dirt bike trails there too, so...

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