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The Legend of the Cowboy

April 30, 2016, No comments

No symbol or legend in the American Southwest is as powerful as that of the cowboy. The cowboy is the quintessential American hero; the embodiment of ...

Manitou Cliff Dwellings

Manitou Cliff Dwellings

April 26, 2016, No comments

Nestled under a protective overhang of red sandstone, Manitou Cliff Dwellings near Manitou Springs, Colorado, is a fun and historical place to visit. ...

Yuba State Park

Yuba State Park, Utah

April 18, 2016, No comments

The warm waters and sandy beaches of Yuba State Park are what draw people from all over the West to visit. With great hiking, fantastic off-road ATV t ...


Hiking Red Mountain

April 11, 2016, 3 Comments

Of all the magnificent and breathtaking geologic sites around Flagstaff, Arizona, Red Mountain may not be very well known, but is definitely one of th ...

Sierra Ancha Wilderness

Sanders Lost Gold

April 6, 2016, No comments

Another Arizona Lost Gold legend, is the legend of Sanders Lost Gold. Just before the Salt River in Gila County dumps into Roosevelt Lake, it passes t ...

joshua tree

The Joshua Tree

March 31, 2016, Comments Off on The Joshua Tree

The Joshua Tree is the largest of the yucca family of plants and is native to California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. Also known as the Yucca Palm, Tree ...



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