Camp Tontozona

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Our Group Comments

Our Group

Dining Hall Comments

This is where our classes and meals were enjoyed.

Our Cabin Comments

Sandy and I really were comfortable with this cabin. Back in the woods,two bedrooms, huge fireplace, and a deck overlooking a rocky stream.

Two Javalinas sleeping below the deck of our cabin.
A very vocal Stellers Jay frequented the area around the camp.
Young Mule Deer
Panning for Gold Comments

Nelda and Carl -- Two very dedicated gold panners.

Mogollon Rim Comments

The Mogollon Rim is the southwestern edge of the Colorado Plateau extending mainly east-west for about eighty miles. This is an region of forested plataues and moutains, deep, sheer walled canyons, and desert valleys.
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Matt Thomas Comments

Matt Thomas provided a pottery lecture and demonstrated how easy is is for him to create pottery. Matt also lead us on a field trip to the Shoofly Indian ruins.

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Mogollon Rim
Tonto National Forest

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Changes last made on: February 26, 2005