Arizona Desert

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Arizona Desert

Post by arlis » Sat Dec 12, 2009 10:41 am

As I traveled south on US-89 from Page Arizona I seen interesting sites between page and Flagstaff I took photos while I was driving, I'm not sure of what if any attractions these might be Can anyone help me out?
Tried to upload them but to large but they are on my facebook photos album My unpleasant return trip home. If one might reconize or notice a miss name could you post it on the comment of the photo
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Arlis Hirsch
http://www.facebook.com/album.php?id=11 ... id=2033010

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by SteveS » Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:27 am

Bummer that a password is needed to see any of these pics. If ya ever post any of these for public viewing, let us know.

Been many years since I traveled 89 between Flag and Page, I did get to spend some time along 89A (Page and Kanab) in 2009. 8-)

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by CowboySlim » Wed Dec 30, 2009 9:19 pm

My wife really liked the tee shirt that I bought for her at the Cameron Trading Post. :)

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by theos » Mon Feb 22, 2010 6:17 pm

Ohh that's nice...I really want to go there in the desert.

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by Paul » Sat Apr 03, 2010 4:41 pm

Well, this thread's a few months old, so not sure how useful I'm being, but I took a look at the photos, and most all of them seem to show just typical roadside scenery for that part of the country. Not really a lot of identifiable landmarks. Nice country, though!

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by desert wanderer » Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:02 pm

Paul wrote:Well, this thread's a few months old, so not sure how useful I'm being, but I took a look at the photos, and most all of them seem to show just typical roadside scenery for that part of the country. Not really a lot of identifiable landmarks. Nice country, though!
Paul, I've learned over the years that one has to get beyond the roadside scenery. Because going "out" into the desert, is in reality, truly "going in". And THAT is where and when, the magic begins!

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by Plays In The Dirt » Tue Apr 06, 2010 3:31 pm

desert wanderer wrote:
Paul wrote:Well, this thread's a few months old, so not sure how useful I'm being, but I took a look at the photos, and most all of them seem to show just typical roadside scenery for that part of the country. Not really a lot of identifiable landmarks. Nice country, though!
Paul, I've learned over the years that one has to get beyond the roadside scenery. Because going "out" into the desert, is in reality, truly "going in". And THAT is where and when, the magic begins!
DW - would you please post your email address again so I can get back to you? Thanks!

Plays - (Greg)

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by desert wanderer » Tue Apr 06, 2010 4:01 pm

Plays In The Dirt wrote:
desert wanderer wrote:
Paul wrote:Well, this thread's a few months old, so not sure how useful I'm being, but I took a look at the photos, and most all of them seem to show just typical roadside scenery for that part of the country. Not really a lot of identifiable landmarks. Nice country, though!
Paul, I've learned over the years that one has to get beyond the roadside scenery. Because going "out" into the desert, is in reality, truly "going in". And THAT is where and when, the magic begins!
DW - would you please post your email address again so I can get back to you? Thanks!

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Absolutely Greg, I look forward to hearing from you! rixcamp@gmail.com

I have a new job that takes up quite a bit of my time, so it may be a day or 2 before I have a chance to get back to you. However, I WILL reply, as soon as I can. Rick

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Re: Arizona Desert

Post by Paul » Tue Apr 06, 2010 6:38 pm

desert wanderer wrote:
Paul wrote:Well, this thread's a few months old, so not sure how useful I'm being, but I took a look at the photos, and most all of them seem to show just typical roadside scenery for that part of the country. Not really a lot of identifiable landmarks. Nice country, though!
Paul, I've learned over the years that one has to get beyond the roadside scenery. Because going "out" into the desert, is in reality, truly "going in". And THAT is where and when, the magic begins!
I couldn't agree more. I was just responding to the original post asking for help identifying what was shown in the photos.

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