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Northern Arizona

After spending the previous month in Las Vegas, we were dying to get back into a more nature-centric area and staying in Flagstaff did not disappoint! We were fortunate enough to have almost two full weeks to spend in the area and this was one of the first places where we wished we were staying longer. The whole area is covered in trees, mountain peaks (some with...

West Fork Hike, Coconino Forest, Sedona, Arizona

This post contains affiliate links. The opinions expressed here are ours, however, we will receive a small commission if you decide to use them. The first hike we got a chance to do was the West Fork hike, in Coconino Forest, near Sedona which as of this writing, is absolutely the most gorgeous hike we have ever done.  There is a small parking lot which costs...

Greer’s Pine Shadows, Flagstaff, Arizona

After spending a month in Las Vegas at Hitchin’ Post RV Park where we were inundated constantly by the noise of the fighter jets, the hustle and bustle of the strip, and the desert heat, we were looking for the exact opposite of all of that.  Greer’s Pine Shadows gave us all of that and then some! As we drove south-east from Las Vegas and neared the...

Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen, Sedona, Arizona

Hayden’s boss had suggested we stop by this place while we were in Flagstaff and we are always happy to check out a restaurant based on someone’s recommendation. One of the best things about Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen is that they allowed us to bring Lulu onto the patio with us. This was awesome because Lulu loves going on hikes with us...

Whyld Ass, Flagstaff, Arizona

Whyld Ass comes across as a coffee shop when you first look it up, but it is definitely much more than that with all of the vegan options they offer. One quick look at their menu and we knew we had to stop by. It could be easy to pass up if you’re just driving by as the signage is not very visible from the street level, but if you’re walking by, you...

Lake Pleasant Regional Park, Arizona

We arrived on a Sunday during Presidents Day weekend, so the campsites were all booked up until Monday. Luckily, they offer primitive camping (no hookups) in a parking lot right on the lake at the end of the boat launch area. We were meeting up with friends who were already parked and set up. We pulled in and got out of the car after a VERY long 2 days, covering 800...