Arizona Mountains – Epic Road Trip – Van Travel – Cooler Weather 2019 Posted on August 30, 2019 arizona chicago hotels cooler dallas hotels epic hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Mountains private jet rental property Road travel travel vlog Trip vacation Van Weather 33 thoughts on “Arizona Mountains – Epic Road Trip – Van Travel – Cooler Weather 2019” HI Russ! Thank you for taking us to the Grand Canyon! I so look forward to seeing your tour!Reply Hello Russ, I am a subscriber, when you speak of your senior pass, what kind is it, would you give a little info about it? Thanks I live on the east coast and have been to a couple of RTRs and one van build. Thanks again.Reply Love the Grand Canyon. I've been several times and will go again. One of my conferences will be in Albuquerque next year. It's in summer so the Canyon will be crowded, but I still hope to stop for a few days. I've got my Senior Pass, bought when it was still $20, what a bargain. I had just gotten old enough and it was about to go to $40! Even at the price now, it pays for itself quickly. But the Grand Canyon. Definitely look forward to this trip. Have fun.Reply You sure sound like a native American Indian! 😊Reply I like the way you crack yourself up, funny! Nice drive. Where are you camping? Stay tuned.Reply Never been to The Canyon by car, always by train. Southwest Chief to the Grand Canyon Railroad. Very enjoyable rides, nice people and lots to see when you get there. Williams is a cool town to explore. Have fun and safe travels.Reply Looking forward to the G C video/s.Yabba Dabba Doo.Reply This will be a nice treat, I've never seen the Grand Canons. I've been to the Grand Canons of the South which are in Breaks Park, they are beautiful. They are on Virginia & Kentucky border. There was a really nice restaurant that served country cooked meals before you went up the mountain. They had a group playing the Sunday we went which was nice. Nice campground.Reply Russ, thanks for your trip to the Grand Canyon. I haven’t been there since ‘69. Boy, that area is built up. I rode my motorcycle from Flagstaff to the canyon on Saturday, camped out, and came back Sunday.Reply That was the start of my 1998 epic Arizona tour. Started an over 1000 mile tour from Tex-X CG just south of the GC Airport. Started about week after Labor Day and finally settled in Havasu about 2 weeks before Thanksgiving. A little over 2 months in a tent, a 2-seat sports car and a mt. bike hanging off the rear. Ten-X CG BTW is in the process of being expanded to 300 sites over the next few years.Reply When you head south to Flagstaff, go back along the south rim road. There's two places you have to stop at. One is Grand View, or something like that. The other is the Desert view Tower. Those two places will provide you with the best view of the entire length of the canyon that you can find. Keep going east and you'll hit a T intersection at Cameron. Turn right, I think it's highway 89, and you'll come in on the northeast side of Flagstaff. Also, if you've never seen it, Sunset Crater is worth the visit. It's just northeast of Flagstaff.Reply My wife and I got the senior card for $10 each. Shortly thereafter they went up to $80. We use the heck out of them. Dinosaur National Monument was $25 to get in if you don't have the senior card.Reply Russ, I really enjoy your videos. I like your easy going and friendly personality. We went to Mt. Rushmore today. I watched your video on that location a while back. Keep up the good work. Many of us appreciate the hard work it takes to do a video. Thank you.Reply Hey Russ. Where do you get the senior card?Reply I knew you couldn't stay put in one spot too long! safe travels good sir!Reply Another great video as always. Thanks Russ!Reply what a tease! lolBeautiful ride tho, wow! 💯Reply I am delighted that you’re visiting The Grand Canyon; saw it from the south rim in the ‘80s.Reply I can't get enough of this channel, keep up the good work Russ!!Reply I PUT 5 STARS FOR THE LODGE THEN I GOT 3 ON( CRAZY). KINDLE !Reply EL TAVAR LODGE IS GREAT ON NORTH RIM MUST SEE ,,ITS A HUGE LOG BUILD ING OVER LOOKING THE GRAND CANYYON *** STARS FOR A LOG STRUCTURE.Reply LET'S GO SEE THE GRAND CANYON CAVERNS AND. GET COOLER ,,,BY NELSON AZ RUSSELLReply OH NO! Now I won't be able to sleep tonight. You have me so excited to see the Grand Canyon and I've never been there. I can't wait, I gotta see it now. Oh come on, I can't wait. PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!! 😎 Funny story coming up……Wait for it. Happy trails.Reply THE ALIEN 👽 CRAFT ISN'T FLYING OVER YOU ANYMORE RUSSELL ,,HE WENT TO GET MORE FUEL ! ! HHA ! HA !Reply By me it's been in the 70s in the daytime and low 60s overnight since last weekend, but today it's in the mid 80s and I can feel the drop in comfort just in my apartment. At this stage of my life Spring and Fall are by far the best seasons for conducting my daily life and for any travel, even day trips.Reply What! you don't have sun visor for camera so we could all squint are eyes trying to watch:):) I'll bet that plane museum don't have a B-58 hustler in there:)Reply Nice you could see Flintstones. . .that park sold and is changing 🙁Reply Paying to see the canyon is like paying to see the ocean….. surely there’s places you can see the canyon without having to pay! It’s our canyon!!!Reply Guess you must hate houses Russ, off on another adventure already…and no complaints from the UK. Be safe sir.Reply Yay Russ! Yay! Haha the Fred Flintstone RV park has replica Bedrock buildings. There are videos about it, but the buildings are closed. They are going to take most of the buildings out, so sad. Fred's house and others are in bad shape.Reply Thanks for sharing Russ! Cant wait to see the Grand Canyon with you.Reply Say hi to the Brady Bunch!Reply You probably had to run all the way home to get an oil change 🙂Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.