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Malia’s Miles: Red Rock State Park

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(Sept. 16, 2016) -- I had passed by the entrance to this park several times during my drives down Red Rock Loop Road, a loop I often took on the way from Cottonwood to Sedona because just the scenery along that road is incredible.

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Malia’s Miles: Slide Rock State Park

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(July 14, 2016) -- This gorgeous, winding road is about 15 miles long and runs between Sedona and Flagstaff (about 7 miles north of Sedona). Even a slight glance then showed this state park was a very popular spot with lots of people lining the red rock banks. I made it a point then that I wanted to visit it while I was in Sedona.

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Malia’s Miles: Verde Canyon Railroad

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(May 6, 2016) -- The promise was a 20 mile ride and thousands of years back in time. Traveling at a leisurely pace of about 12 miles per hour, it’s about a four hour trip to/from Clarkdale to Perkinsville ghost ranch through portions of wilderness country not accessible except by this rail.

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Malia’s Miles: Grand Canyon Railway RV Park

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(May 2, 2016) -- During my first visit to the Grand Canyon in 2002, I don’t remember even hearing about the railroad back then, but later other RVers told me how great it was, so when I had the chance to check out the RV park and the train ride, I was totally excited!

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Malia’s Miles: Splendide RV washing machines

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(Feb. 26, 2016) -- I’m doing this review of my experience with the Splendide washer/dryers because I’ve had both kinds in my 15 years of RVing. My first 2000 Winnebago motorhome had a combo unit (washer/dryer combined in one machine), but when I traded in for a 2012 Adventurer, it came with the stackable kind.

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Malia’s Miles: Badwater road sights

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(Feb. 24, 2016) -- My first trip down Badwater Road was for the wildflowers. But I could tell there was a lot more to see along and off the road, so I had to return. See Death Valley Map for locations.

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