From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Our time at Voyager RV Resort was up yesterday, and we had reservations in Apache Junction, so we left about 10:30, made a quick stop to top off our fuel tank at the Pilot truck stop, and headed north.
Whenever possible, we like to get off the interstate highways and take the two lane roads, so we took State Route 77 north out of Tucson to State Route 79, and followed it another 60 miles or so to Florence Junction, where we picked up US Highway 60 and took it into Apache Junction. State Route 79, also called the Pinal Pioneer Parkway, is a great drive through the desert.
We always like seeing the different shapes of the saguaro cacti along the way.
From Florence Junction, it was only another 18 miles to our RV Park in Apache Junction, but it was the longest part of the trip. Somewhere around Gold Canyon we ran into a massive traffic jam that took forever to get through.
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