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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 areas of Arizona, New Mexico and […]

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 ...

Polar Express: Arizona Style!

December 3, 2017, Comments Off on Polar Express: Arizona Style!

All aboard The Polar Express! This magical journey is offered by the Grand Canyon Railway each year to help families experience the wonder and joy of ...

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,  ...

  • Wickenburg, Arizona
    September 2, 2017, Comments Off on Wickenburg, Arizona

    Wickenburg, Arizona sits along the banks of Hassayampa Creek. The town was established as a supply depot for the Vulture Mine, discovered in 1852 by Henry Wickenburg, after whom the […]

  • Walnut Canyon Arizona
    Walnut Canyon National Monument
    May 28, 2017, Comments Off on Walnut Canyon National Monument

    Soaring limestone cliffs in Northern Arizona shelter more than 80 small pueblo dwellings of an ancient people — the Sinagua — in what is now Walnut Canyon National Monument. Sinagua […]

  • 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 all over the […]

  • 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 four seasons of the year, […]

  • 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 richest copper mine, located in Jerome, […]

  • 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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