Over The Hill With Sherry

Traveling – It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller

On my last day in Flagstaff on February 29, 2016, I visited the Riordan Mansion. Matt Riordan was hired to be the General Manager of the Ayer Lumber Company. After working as GM for three years Matt bought the lumber mill from Mr. Ayer in 1887 and created the Arizona Lumber & Timber Company. Matt …

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Walnut Canyon is located 10 miles southeast of Flagstaff. It was made a National Monument November 30, 1915, by President Woodrow Wilson to preserve the ancient cliff dwellings.  In the rock cliffs are formations of former homes of the Sinagua people. These are the same people who also occupied and lived at Montezuma’s Castle. Sinagua …

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On February 28, 2016, I took a drive out to the Barringer Meteor Crater which was 37 miles east of Flagstaff, AZ. Meteor Crater was created 50,000 years ago and is believed to be the world’s best-preserved meteorite crater in the world.                           …

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I drove on through Sedona and kept driving up Highway 89 through a curvy up and down canyon road that was very pretty to the town of Flagstaff. Flagstaff was my jumping off point to various site-seeing activities I did in the area. My first outing was to Sunset Volcano Crater and a 34-mile loop …

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I left Phoenix on February 25th after having my Motorhome in the shop for 3 days (More on that in a different blog). So by the time I got it out of the shop around noon, did some grocery shopping and dumping my tanks I was ready to get out of the 82-86 degree heat …

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I met up with my school friend, Chris, in Phoenix again for a few days. On Friday, February 19th we took a drive up to Canyon Lake and Tortilla Flats which is into the Superstitious Mountains. What a beautiful drive and an awesome day. Canyon Lake is a popular stop along the Apache Trail for …

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On Sunday, February 14th I spent most of the day at Goldfield Ghost Town. Goldfield sits between the Superstition and Goldfield Mountains. Goldfield got its start in 1892 when very rich, high-grade gold ore was found in the area. A town was soon developed and on October 7, 1893, it received its first official post …

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Hi  Everyone, I know it’s been a couple weeks since you’ve heard from me. But I have been on the road doing some dry camping/Boondocking (no hookups……camping in Sam’s Club, Fry’s, and Wal-Mart). I have a budget each month and it pretty much got spent with my RV spot in Tombstone LOL.  Anyway, I left …

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