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Sears Kay Ruins

Sears Kay Ruins, Echoes of an Ancient Civilization

September 22, 2014, No comments

On a windswept ridge, high above a dry streambed, a small band of Hohokam Indians built a community, now known as the Sears-Kay Ruin. Around 1050 AD, ...

Creede Underground Mining Museum

Creede Underground Mining Museum

September 17, 2014, No comments

The Creede Underground Mining Museum and Community Center is truly unique. Blasted out of the solid rock of Willow Creek Canyon by local miners, the m ...

The-Zipper-Glyph

Parowan Gap

September 12, 2014, No comments

Parowan Gap is a three mile long pass near Parowan, Utah, that connects the Parowan and Cedar Valleys. The gap began life more than 200 million years ...

Chiricahua National Monument eerie forests of rock formations that tower to the sky.

Chiricahua National Monument

September 8, 2014, No comments

Chiricahua National Monument, located in southern Arizona, is one of several “sky island” mountain ranges surrounded by expansive desert grassland ...

Colorado River

Lee’s Ferry, Arizona

September 3, 2014, 1 Comment

Lee’s Ferry is considered the “official” starting place of the Grand Canyon. In the early days of the small settlement that sprang u ...

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Fall Color in the Southwest

August 29, 2014, No comments

Fall in the Southwest can be spectacular – hillsides glowing molten gold, river bottoms in multi-colored plumage, the mountain tops with a dusti ...

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