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Cottonwood, Arizona – BLM Boondocking

Our stay at Alamo Lake was great, lots of kayaking, fishing, ATV tours and of course, sunny and warm every day, evening campfires and gorgeous sunsets. By mid-march temperatures are rising into the mid 90's in the lowlands, it's time to seek higher ground and cooler temperatures. Cottonwood, Arizona is about 2000 feet higher than Alamo Lake providing cooler temperatures, otherwise, a large generator probably 3500 watts to run the RV air conditioner or an RV resort with 30 amp service would be Read more [...]

Sedona Az.- Is it Worth the Trip?

 In a word "yes". One of the scenic wonders. Fort Verde Our trip begins with a drive south east of our BLM camp to Camp Verde and Fort Verde an historic cavalry fort built on the banks of the Verde River. The fort was built int 1800’s to house some 300 troop during the Indian uprising of the 1800’s. I was surprised and disappointed to learn that most of the forts of that period did not have high walls surrounding an interior compound, as in the movies. The Indians rarely attacked Read more [...]