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August to Sept 13 Wickenburg, Congress, Prescott,Vulture Mine

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Wickenburg seems to be the hottest place we have stayed so far this year, we only have 30 AMPs so can only run one air-conditioner at a time so I have spent alot of time with the air on watching TV.

We have taken several trips to the Hot Shot memorial park, Prescott, the Vulture Mine and several trips into Wickenburg (the town) and the town of Congress.

About Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park
Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park was dedicated in 2016 as a place to remember the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshot Firefighters who were lost on June 30, 2013, while fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire. We invite you to hike the trail to better understand the experience of these men as well as to appreciate the beauty of the town of Yarnell and the surrounding areas. Hike the Hotshots Trail from the parking lot trailhead up to the overlook where you’ll see sweeping views in every direction, and perhaps leave a memento on our remembrance wall. Or continue your hike down the Memorial Trail, where you can pay your respects at the site where the Hotshots were recovered. The hike is approximately 3.5 miles long from the trailhead to the Fatality Site, for a full length of about 7 miles.

We went to the Vulture mine, it is now a ghost town. It is being restored, founded by Henry Wickenburg and later the town to he established the town of Wickenburg. It is growing alot there are even housing developments built around a golf course. We asked how much the houses ran and it is the normal stuff, you buy the lot you want and they (the developers) build the house you choose from their options. Nice houses small yards and they run from four hundred thousand to 700 thousand, Nice houses but we don’t want to live in the desert.

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