Places to go in Arizona – Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle, & Spring Heritage Festival | Travel Vlog

A few days all packed into one video. We visited some awesome places in the Verde Valley. This area of Arizona is prime for outdoor adventuring from festivals to Indian artifacts. I really enjoyed touring Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle and the Pecan and Wine Festival in Camp Verde.
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14 Replies to “Places to go in Arizona – Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle, & Spring Heritage Festival | Travel Vlog”

  1. Stickers arrived in the mail today. They’re cute. Glad to be a part of your journey.

    1. Wasn’t it nice!? It seems to be the instrument of choice here in the Verde Valley!

  2. I try to watch your vids right away, I’m so far behind in watching all that I’m subbed to 😐 still working but soon very soon I will be out there, God willing thanks for sharing!

  3. Go to the Palatiki Heritage Site in Sedona. You are up close to the ruins and they are so well preserved. You do have to make a reservation.

  4. Thank Miss Karli..Thats great you saw the dwellings as a kid and remembered being there after all these years by noticing after you forgot all those years..I have been lucky to do the same out there..Re-enforces why we need to preserve as much as we can out there..I don’t like what im seeing with the 14-day BLM land for the long term..Enjoy your summer..Love Kelly !

  5. Karli, you are such a good presenter, very professional and educational! Can’t wait till your next adventure!

  6. Haven’t been there since 1977, thanks for the tour it brings back a lot of memories. Becki and I love your channel, see you on the road. πŸ™‚

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