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Saguaro National Park

January 15, 2018, No comments

Silhouetted by the setting sun, the Giant Saguaro Cactus is the universal symbol of the American Southwest. It flourishes only in the Sonoran Desert a ...

Paying Homage to Movie Icon Dennis Hopper

January 9, 2018, Comments Off on Paying Homage to Movie Icon Dennis Hopper

Sometimes travelers or cemetery seekers enjoy pursuing unknown oddities and go on a spiritual quest to locate the grave site of a person of history or ...

Pueble Indian Ruins of Montezuma Castle

Visit the Pueblo Indian Ruins of the Southwest

December 26, 2017, No comments

The Hohokam Indians first settled a long stretch of the Verde River in central Arizona and were later followed by the Sinagua Indians. The Sinagua are ...

Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

December 17, 2017, Comments Off on Celebrate the Holidays on the Cinder Bear Express

For a limited time only, you can celebrate the holidays on the Cinder Bear Express — a special holiday train on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Rai ...

Sounds of the Season: Mormon Tabernacle Choir

December 10, 2017, Comments Off on Sounds of the Season: Mormon Tabernacle Choir

At any time of year, listening to a concert by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a special event, but nothing is more spectacular than the Christmas conc ...

All Aboard! Spend the Night in a Restored Railroad Car

December 6, 2017, Comments Off on All Aboard! Spend the Night in a Restored Railroad Car

Being an avid fan of the old West, AMC’s epic western “Hell on Wheels” soon became one of this writer’s all-time favorite TV shows.  The ...

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