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The two RV Gypsies
stopped at the biggest petrified tree in the world
in Holbrook, Arizona
September 5, 2012

Arizona map showing location of Holbrookwelcome to Holbrook Arizona sign

Holbrook is a city in Navajo County, Arizona, United States. It has a total area of 15.4 square miles, all of it land. Holbrook is on the banks of the Little Colorado River.

Holbrook was founded in 1881 or 1882, when the railroad was built, and named to honor the first chief engineer of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad.

Karen Duquette by a wood carving
a wood carving
Indian wood carving
Geronimo ign

Geronimo - World's Largest Petrified Tree

The two RV Gypsies saw petrified wood just about everywhere in northeast Arizona. Here, they saw the "World's Largest Petrified Tree" at the Geronimo Trading Post. The tree is in several sections and weighs 80 tons. Best of all, as far as attractions go, it's free. It is just laying there right in the parking lot. The two RV Gypsies think it is actually worth seeing, too. It is one BIG piece of rock.

Geronimo - World's Largest Petrified Tree
Karen Duquette at Geronimo - World's Largest Petrified Tree
pieces of Geronimo - World's Largest Petrified Tree
4pieces of Geronimo - World's Largest Petrified Tree
KOA campground sign in Holbrook
The RV of the two RV Gypsiies in Holbrook, Arizona
The RV of the two RV Gypsiies in Holbrook, Arizona
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