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Old 08-18-2011, 02:02 AM   #1
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Need some pictures of Arizona.

I was just wondering if anyone is near or going to be near Petrified Forest park in ne Arizona.

I have a 20 ac parcel out there in the middle of the park I bought a few years ago and have never seen. I thought how neat if one of our travelers was in the area anyhow and could take some pictures for me.

There is a park road that goes south from rte 66 all the way down to what was once the A,T and SF railroad, which has a whistle stop at Adamana. There's a tourist viewpoint about halfway down, sort of a loop in the road, that's just the other side of the property. I could give some coordinates if anyone was interested.

You could even use the 'facilities' while you are there!

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Old 08-18-2011, 07:49 PM   #2
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Thats kind of tempting, but this time of year very warm and lots of thunderstorms with lightning. :0

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Old 08-19-2011, 03:24 AM   #3
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If you know Az, have you met my 'Arizona Lady?'

Several years ago I spotted this strange land anomaly in NE Arizona. Interestingly, the visual seems to persist no matter what altitude she's viewed from (using Google maps). Sometimes we see things in the clouds, but they are lost when viewed from a different perspective. This isn't like that.

I often wondered if this was carved by some ancient off-worlders, sorta like the Nazca lines in Peru. Up close, it's forested canyons, hills, rocks, but then again...

Just an mildly interesting tidbit about Arizona, I guess.
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We were in Holbrook Arizona in july and went to the petrified forest. Take a look at our website at www.mytripjournal.com/11246 Look at date July 19, 2011 Holbrook & Winslow. There are pictures, that we took, of the petrified forest while we were there.
Want to know what we're up to? Check out our website at My Trip Journal http://mytripjournal.com/11246
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Old 08-21-2011, 06:25 AM   #5
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that pic of bob on the corner must have been what made the trip. thanks for sharing
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I was just in that area I have 44 acres about 15 miles south of there. On my place the flora is prarie grass and Very large Junipers (some 20' round and 15' tall), alot of the area at the park is just prarie grass. Hope this helps. Oh it rained every evening while I was there with beautiful lightening displays. Joe

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