We took to the highway around 9am to beat the heat in Camp Verde. It was supposed to be a really warm one there today. It was a short trip up I-17 and over on I-40 to Williams, just about an hour. It was the low 70’s when we arrived. Our campsite is at 6942 feet above sea level. The highest summit on this leg was 7144 feet. Lots of slow trucks along the way. Williams was on the original route 66 and I-40 bypassed it about 2 or 3 miles north of downtown. Lots of bars and gas stations, and believe it or not, there was a Safeway. But only one barber shop and it was closed till June 1, the day we head for Kanab UT.
We are staying in a KOA, lots of pine trees for shade, pretty much all gravel driveways and campsites. The most astonishing thing to me is they truck in all their water. There is no well and they are outside of the city. I found that out as i was checking in and there was a large round PSI gauge behind the counter. When asked she told me about trucking in the water. That must be expensive. It seems like everyone out here trucks in their water. We have this gorgeous view of the freeway out our front window if you have checked out the camera link. But this place is really nice looking. If only we were in the site reversed.