Recently, we camped at Dogtown Lake in Williams, Arizona. Such a therapeutic and seriously great experience! We accepted an invitation joining our little-known neighbors. While the excursion could have been a disaster with virtual newcomers, we had such an AMAZING time! That husband guy and I SO enjoyed getting to know a bunch of super-cool people. You know how there’s all this, “step outside the box” and “be open to new experiences” chatter shuffled around all the time? Well, we did just that. And now we’re proud supporters of how opening yourself up can work out and create amazing memories and cherished friendships. I’m grateful for the chance to know new people better – especially ones who live so close-by – and to experience Dogtown Lake once again.
Williams, Arizona is a gorgeous place. Sheep left out to pasture, deer, elk, hawks, squirrels, and honestly, way more wildlife than I’m accustomed to on a camping trip “up north.” It’s been years since we wandered this direction, but we’ll definitely go back. And now, some photos if you’d like to see:
dogtown lake in williams, arizona
You’re all smart enough to know I couldn’t resist taking photos of the humans and pups involved with our trip. While I can’t show off the many great portraits I took (I really need to bring along release forms everywhere I go – or at least ask permission *gawsh!*). Here are a few of the cute pictures I captured:
Yes, I distorted that cute little gnome’s face above so as not to violate any privacy laws. Let’s focus on that beanie for a minute, and the little hands grasping his shirt <insert heart eyed emoji here>. Moving on to Joe’s ax throwing skills? OMG. <3 And the pups names? Harley and Mack. Sadly, we didn’t take Jones on this trip. But! We certainly intend on bringing him next time so he can play with these two rascals!
Have you camped at Dogtown Lake in Williams, Arizona before? I’d love some tips for our next visit! Are you planning to camp there? Let me know and I’ll share my tips and secrets with you 😉 Here are a couple links to get you started: Williams, Sycamore Point and Dogtown Lake Campsite.