All four of us took off this morning for Tortilla Flats, about an hour and a half away. We had the perfect day and I made good use of my window seat taking pictures of the scenery as we went.
Our first glimpse at the lake.
We were directed into a pull off area by a road crew fellow. I asked him what was going on and he said that a car had plunged down off the road and they were bringing it up. It didn’t happen today but a week ago. We had to wait about 20 – 25 minutes so we took in the scenery and had our picture taken.
I don’t know what they were looking at but they were all intent.
Before long the flat bed truck with the wreck on it was coming our way.
It wasn’t too much longer and we made it to our destination. A small strip of buildings.
We started at the far end which happened to be the museum. With four of us in there it was crowded!
We headed “downtown”.
Of course we had to stop in all the shops.
THANK HEAVENS IT WAS DEAD!
The lake. Roosevelt, if I’m not mistaken.
What a beautiful lake!
Next stop was Goldfield Mine at the base of the Superstition Mountain.
Goldfield Mine is a old mining town turned tourist attraction. There isn’t much to say about it so I’ll just post the pictures from the day.
It was a great day. Relaxing, interesting, good food, good times and family. What more could you ask for?