Added by on 2018-09-30

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Check out this amazing little gem we found near Sedona, Arizona!! It’s the Arizona Botanical Gardens. It is free and has nearly every cactus you can image! Joins us as we ooh and ahh over them all!! Get a free checklist!! 48 Things To Do Before Leaving a Site. Click here to get it: Wanna a laugh? Get Tales from the Black (we contributed a story & will receive a commission from book sales): Be a part of our journey and become a patron. As a patron, you’ll have access to exclusive content, behind the scenes footage, and first peek at videos and announcements! Follow us: *Blog: *Facebook: *Instagram: *Twitter: *Pinterest: Shop (we receive a commission on purchases made via these links): *Redbubble: *Amazon: *weBoost Cell Boosters: *Remote Work School: *Boondockers Welcome Membership: *Passport America Membership: *RVing Planet RV Buyers Guides: Are you a Whole Life Unschooler & interested in RVing? Join our Facebook group! Make sure you have read and understood the group description! 🙂 Video Rating: / 5


  • That's a great area. I used to live 15-20 miles west of there in Chino Valley. Prescott to Jerome and Sedona are all full of great sites to see, and plenty of things to do.

  • Wanderful Life 5.0 2 years ago

    I always take my kids off the touristy path. You find little hidden gems. We found one in New Mexico that blew our mind. An animal sanctuary that we didn’t know was there.
    Take care guys

  • Dan Lubar 2 years ago

    Enjoy the video very much thank you guys

  • Nomadic Dane 2 years ago

    Thank you for another nice video. Looks like Daniel has taken on the role of being the man of the RV when dady is avay. Safe travels my friends. Hugs to all of you.

  • John Sanders 2 years ago

    Glad everybody had fun. Enjoyed seeing the kids loving to explore things, even pointy things. Good call on the succulents they don’t need much water. In fact the first ones I ever got I treated them like flowers and watered the heck out of them. FYI, there is such a thing as too much water.

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