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May 21, 2017, No comments

Bottomless Lakes State Park is located 14 miles southeast of Roswell, New Mexico, on the east edge of the Pecos River valley. The biggest question to Bottomless Lakes State Park […]

Grand Canyon South Rim

South Rim of the Grand Canyon

April 22, 2017, Comments Off on South Rim of the Grand Canyon

The South Rim of the Grand Canyon is far more developed and more frequently visited than the North Rim. Nearly five million visitors a year come from ...

Sedona Arizona

Top 10 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona

April 16, 2017, Comments Off on Top 10 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona, draws visitors from around the world who are enchanted by the beauty of this rugged country. Sedona has a mild climate during all fou ...

Arizona by Rail on the Verde Canyon Railroad

April 9, 2017, Comments Off on Arizona by Rail on the Verde Canyon Railroad

What better way to see Arizona than by rail aboard the Verde Canyon Railroad. Built in 1882, the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad supported Arizona’s ...

  • Dinosaur Museum
    April 3, 2017, Comments Off on Dinosaur Museum

    Millions of years ago, dinosaurs rambled across the landscape of what is now Utah. Carefully preserved remains these long-dead species can be found in the Dinosaur Museum in Blanding, Utah, […]

  • Crested Butte, Colorado
    March 28, 2017, 1 Comment

    Long before European settlers came to the area, Crested Butte was a stopping place for the Ute Indians. These seasonal travelers followed game into the area during the summers and […]

  • Sharlot Hall
    Sharlot Hall: The Voice of the West
    March 14, 2017, Comments Off on Sharlot Hall: The Voice of the West

    Not all the characters who were important in shaping the West were men. In one rare instance, a lady of great charm and distinction gave the spirit of the West […]

  • Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
    March 8, 2017, 1 Comment

    Around the year 1,000 A.D., Native Americans known as the Fremont, gathered on a hilltop in what is now Fremont Indian State Park and Museum in Central Utah. More than […]

  • Starvation State Park
    February 25, 2017, Comments Off on Starvation State Park

    Two years after the dam was erected across Strawberry River, Starvation State Park in Utah was established. The dam created a 3,495 surface acre reservoir as part of the Central […]

  • Paria Canyon
    February 17, 2017, 1 Comment

    Tucked into the Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness in Arizona and Utah, are a series of amazing slot canyons that you have to see to believe. Paria Canyon is the most famous […]

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