Category Archive: Arizona

Mar 16

Route 66 Winslow Arizona

Route 66 Winslow AZ Clear Creek

Exploring Old Route 66 in Winslow, Arizona, and Beyond Written by Deb Lauman   The last time we met here to take a look at some remaining pieces of the Mother Road, I gave you a brief tour of Flagstaff, Arizona.   Next we  headed east on Interstate 40, stopping along the way to visit the …

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Mar 15

Winslow, AZ Activities and Camping

Rock Art Canyon Activities in Winslow AZ

Winslow, AZ, off the I-40, is one of those places that you might miss unless you were traveling the Historic Route 66 Highway, or just boon-docking down the Vagabond Trails.  The town of Winslow, AZ is in Navajo County not far from Flagstaff.  Arizona is the home of the Navajo, Hopi, Apache and other tribal …

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Dec 27

Exploring Old Route 66 Through Flagstaff, Arizona & Beyond

Written by Deb Lauman  Will Rogers Highway, Main Street of America, the Mother Road— they’re all one and the same Old Route 66, one of America’s first intrastate highways, which in its heyday stretched 2.448 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles. This famous single lane highway also wound through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico …

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Dec 04

Winter Activities in Grand Canyon National Park

Written by Deb Lauman Did you know that, for the more than four million people who visit Grand Canyon National Park each year, the average length of stay is 7 hours? Having worked and lived at the canyon myself, and hiked there more times than I can count, I know those 7 hours are well …

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