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November 15, 2017, No comments

Christmas in the Canyon The Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts sits on an 80 acre parcel of land at the base of Padre Canyon in Ivins, Utah. This […]

Valley of Fires National Recreation Area

November 5, 2017, No comments

Around 5,000 years ago, a volcano known today as Little Black Peak, erupted filling the Tularosa Basin with molten rock. The resulting lava flow was 4 ...

Critters, Creepies and Crawlies

October 28, 2017, Comments Off on Critters, Creepies and Crawlies

When the moon is full, all sorts of creepy, crawly critters come out to play in the Four Corner states. Especially during the warmer months, many inse ...

A Hike to Presidio Santa Cruz De Terrenate

October 22, 2017, Comments Off on A Hike to Presidio Santa Cruz De Terrenate

NOTE: Introducing our new author, Debe Branning Traveling to Cochise County you will find the ruins of the Spanish Presidio de Terrenate near the San ...

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
    October 15, 2017, Comments Off on New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

    Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Museum of Natural History and Science offers a wonderful journey of exploration and learning. Meet New Mexico’s giant dinosaurs, walk through a volcano or […]

  • Strange Garden at the Desert Botanical Garden
    October 8, 2017, Comments Off on Strange Garden at the Desert Botanical Garden

    Each year, the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix has a unique family-fun Halloween activity. In years past, it has been spooky pumpkin patches,  This year, you can join the fun […]

  • Spooky Legends of the Southwest
    October 1, 2017, Comments Off on Spooky Legends of the Southwest

    The Southwestern United States lends itself to scary stories. The stories might start due to the remoteness of much of the terrain in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Parts […]

  • Denver Art Museum
    September 30, 2017, Comments Off on Denver Art Museum

    Explore! Imagine! Create! Discover! Escape to the Denver Art Museum where you’ll visit other places and times through art collections from around the world — Renaissance Italy to the Wild […]

  • Cove Fort, Utah
    September 25, 2017, Comments Off on Cove Fort, Utah

    The Old West has been romanticized in story and song, movie and book … cowboys, good guys versus bad guys, heading west to make your fortune in gold and so […]

  • Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave
    September 19, 2017, Comments Off on Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave

    Sometimes called “The Land of Fire and Ice,” Bandera Volcano and Ice Cave is in a unique location in New Mexico. 10,000 years ago, Bandera Volcano erupted in a violent […]

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