Heading Home Moab To Phoenix

430 Miles To Go
Travelers along U.S. Highway 191 in Southeastern Utah are amazed to discover this unique 5,000 square foot home and gift shop. Inside are fourteen fabulous rooms arranged around huge pillars. A fireplace with a 65 foot chimney drilled through solid sandstone, a deep french fryer, and a bathtub built to the rock are among the attractions.

Outside the living quarters is a rock and cactus garden and nearby are picnic tables and benches carved from stone.

In a 12-year period Albert excavated 50,000 cubic feet of sandstone from the rock. During this time he completed his famous painting "Sermon on the Mount" and his sculpture of Franklin D. Roosevelt on the face of the rock above his home.
This Jeep was made out of old license plates
& old tools
This Bull was made out of old tools
 & other things
5000 Sq Foot home built into the mountain.
Old Jail
Hunting Dogs
Cool looking mountains outside Mexican Hat Rock
A few photo's of Me
Cameron Suspension Bridge, built 1911, spans the Little Colorado River upstream from the Grand Canyon. In 1958, the Hwy 189 Bridge was built alongside, and the old suspension bridge was coverted to a pipeline bridge
The New Cameron Bridge Hwy 89
Old time green house
 466 HWY 89
Cameron, AZ 86020
Phone: 1-800-338-7385 Fax 928-679-2501
54 Miles North of Flagstaff on Hwy. 89

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