Geronimo, The Apache!
Arizona, I was looking forward to the Grand Canyon, I was not disappointed. I could not imagine the enormity of that canyon. I stood looking down at a mountain springing up from the canyon to a mile high. As high as the highest mountain in North Carolina.
We visited the huge crater created by a meteor. Then we touched and gazed at huge petrified trees. Trying to imagine how this happened.
Of course we visited Tombstone and read the history of the Earp’s, Doc Holiday and the ‘cowboys.’ We did see the reenactment of the ‘OK Corral.’ Imma tell you I loved Tombstone and its history.
Down next to the Mexican Border There is a state park with an undeveloped cave you can go in and with your own flash light can see what it was like when the Indians and Spanish lived inside. We had to crawl into the entrance. Let me tell you it is pitch black with the flash light off.
Arizona is very interesting due to the huge differences. From south to north. We once awoke with snow on the ground? I said to Sherry, “I sure didn’t know it snowed in Arizona!”
Taken from Packardman's Blog!