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Think Arizona is only for retired RVers parked in the desert to stay warm all winter? Our Arizona photos might show you a different picture. We always find lots of variety in what to see and do here.

These photos tell just a small part of the story of our 2008 road trip.

Montezuma's Castle

We saw some really neat Indian cliff dwellings.

VV Petroglyphs

And Indian Petroglyphs

Granite Dells

We discovered several great new hiking areas.

Picacho Peak

On my birthday, I wanted to prove my youthfulness and chose a hike to the top of this peak...

2010 Update:
Unfortunately Picacho Peak State Park, shown above and below, is one of several Arizona State Parks scheduled to close due to budget cuts.

More about state park closures.

Climbing Picacho Peak

As you can imagine, the hike involved lots of scrambling and hanging onto cables along parts of the route.

Top of Picaho

But we celebrated at the top with a birthday beer!

Our creekside patio

We discovered still more amazing free camping. Here our personal patio includes a waterfall through the rocks.

The Silverado Ranch Sign

Belle Starr's Silverado Ranch was a unique boondocking experience.

Saguaros

Of course, we did camp amongst the majestic Saguaro cactus.

Saguaro Ears

I couldn't figure out why Randy wanted me to stand in this particular spot for a photo!

Days On The Road At Time Of Writing: 98
Camping Costs To Date: $79.00

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