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Nov 15, 2019 - The End of This Adventure

After a few days in the eastern mountains of Arizona, we spent 3 days at the Payson, Arizona Elks Lodge. Payson is a small town that is the geographic center of Arizona and is home to world’s oldest continuous rodeo of over 135 years! The author, Zane Grey, considered Payson to be his second home and he wrote many of his novels at his home along Tonto Creek. We took a day trip to the Tonto National Bridge, the largest natural travertine bridge in the world. It stands over 400 feet long and has a height of 183 feet. Unfortunately the path...

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Jun 23, 2011 - Mammoth Lakes to San Francisco

On Tuesday, June 21 we headed north to Mammoth Lakes in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Beautiful, yes, but it took so long to get there on the most boring road ever, highway 395. We stayed at Mammoth Mountain RV Campground , it was beautiful there. This is where Mike fell in love with his outdoor kitchen. The first morning there I took in a long bike ride down Highway 395, loved the view. I wish all of my rides could be this scenic. After lunch we drove up to June Lake for some fishing, but the fish weren't biting. Mike and Jesse kept...

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Jun 20, 2011 - San Onofre Beach, Camp Pendleton, CA

We started out a bit south of here at Del Mar Beach, the southern part of Camp Pendleton, staying there on June 17th & 18th. Then we moved further north to San Onofre to a front row spot on the beach. We heard the waves crashing at night as we went to sleep and saw dolphins playing in the surf when we woke up. On Monday, June 20 we picked up Ashlynn and Brooke from LAX. While waiting for their plane to arrive I got to see Al Pacino boarding a plane to New York. We left San Onofre on Tuesday, June 21 at 8:30am towards Mammoth Lakes. First...

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