Red Rocks Road Trip

by Chris on September 21, 2009

Red Rocks Road Trip

mittens My husband and I took a three-day road trip from Mesa in the Phoenix area to the Navajo Nation, in the northeastern corner of Arizona. It was a gorgeous drive, taking us through most of the state’s eco-systems, and along part of historic Route 66. My extensive trip report on the places we went – Winslow, Canyon de Chelly, Monument Valley and Prescott – complete with many photos, can be found here.

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henry@phoenix hotels March 5, 2010 at 7:48 am

I have to confess to being a green/water person, which makes it difficult at times to live in central Arizona: A destination world famous for its arid climate. While others might hail climbing the local mountains or boating on one of the local lakes as Phoenix’s ideal escapes – mine is far more intimate. Every Sunday evening I rummage around my room for an old beat up pair of Keen shoes (whose soles are worn almost smooth), a pair of jeans, and a nightclub friendly dress shirt. Then, bottle of water in hand, I make the 20 minute trek from North Scottsdale, where I live, to Paragon Dance Studio in South Tempe for the Sunday Night Salsa Social.


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