Home Adventure Travel ArizonaAdventure TravelArizonaBy Brian Cray - July 25, 2019200Grand Canyon Hermits Rest RoadGrand CanyonPaying tribute to Chris McCandless by the Colorado RiverThe Mule Barn in Grand Canyon VillageSouth Kaibab TrailheadNorth RimThe Penis CactusSummit Mt. HumphreyMount HumphreyPlane debris from a wreck on Mount HumphreyWe found the trail for Mount Humphrey’s PeakCave of the DomesCave of the DomesView from the Cave on Grandview TrailEntrance to the false caveTonto EastPlateau PointWaldron TrailDripping Springs TrailLittle Navajo FallsSupai VillageHavasu FallsLittle Navajo FallsHavasu FallsMooney FallsSwimming in Little Navajo FallsMy Wife with a beautiful Irish dress on. She is pitty…CanyonBright Angel CreekShe looks so cute and cuddlyThe Wedding!Greyhound to Phoenix ArizonaSunset outside the South Rim in the Grand CanyonThrough Painted Windows…Phone call anyone?I wonder what this book was before it dampened in the rain?Abandoned gas station out front of Twin ArrowsMore graffiti stenciled on the walls of the Twin Arrows Trading PostTwin ArrowsWinslowWinslowAbandoned Twin ArrowsGraffitiHolbrookNothing Else MattressKelly sitting on top of the Twin ArrowsLost Dutchman’s State ParkInside these abandoned Arizona shells. You can see how the ceiling collapsed in several spots.Abandoned Arizona – Vulture City Ghost Town – Looking down at an abandoned gear…Abandoned Arizona – Phoenix Trotting ParkAn escalator decaying before my eyes…Abandoned Arizona GraffitiAbandoned Arizona Rooftops on the Phoenix Trotting ParkThe decrepit sky box nearly crumbling under my feet…A UFO in abandoned Casa Grande!Lost Dutchman’s State ParkTrying to find the top of Flatiron was a fail!Abandoned Arizona – Vulture City Ghost TownLooking out through the stadium floor covered in bird poop.Got Dome?Cycling to Apache Junction right outside Lost Dutchman’s State ParkBright signs – dull stadiumA walk of faith looking into the sunBlack Canyon Greyhound Park Side EntranceChairs piled up across the floorThe auditorium where bands and other musicians play. They fill the front with water during shows to enhance the acoustics.One of the few structures built within the community through similar methods used in windbell production.The entrance to Arcosanti an Arizona OddityThis is the room they produce the bronze windbells!RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Adventure TravelThe Howls of that Winter Train Adventure TravelGreen State Bound During Covid Adventure TravelScotty Doesn’t KnowLEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyPlease enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address!Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.