Apacheland: In the Shadow of the Duke
We didn’t even know the place was there. There was little signage, and trusty Roadside America said that it was “lost.” But, there it stood, in the foothills of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona: Apacheland.
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In my travel blogger interview, I made my grievances about road tripping clear. However, given that you humans refuse to stay home, I feel compelled to share some tips. Here are some ways to prepare your kidnap victim… er, canine compatriot for the rigors of road travel. And for my adoring furry fans… you’re welcome darlings.
Gas station food. At best, the phrase summons images of a meal consisting of milk, nuts and an overly-browned banana. At worst, we’re talking about a meat adjacent product, incarcerated in a rotating display case, which was deep-fried sometime within the last month. So, for us, a cooler is a road trip staple.
To some people, riverfronts are an invitation to outdoor activities; for others they form a soothing backdrop for picnics and sunbathing. Here are three sizes of Colorado riverfronts – from large to small – that you don’t want to miss.