Zuni – a favorite Pueblo visit out of 19 New Mexico Pueblos. “Why?” you might ask. That’s why I wrote this… Continue reading
A Lake Mead Grand Canyon Tour provides a unique view of the expanse of the Grand Canyon’s Western Rim with spectacular views of Lake Mead, Hualapai Reservation lands, Hoover Dam, Mohave Dessert, and an extinct volcano. Geological and human history are provided when touring. It’s a great way to see and hear lots of US history in a short time.
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Arizona’s Playground – Lake Havasu is a find! A beach town in the desert – like an island oasis, and it gets 300 days of sunshine a year. It’s a special place in my mind. We were there at Spring Break; we saw no crowds. Perhaps that is due to the remote location of Lake Havasu.
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Phoenix Area has so many great things to do. There’s never a shortage of things to do and see there; we easily filled 2 weeks. Our favorite two experiences were a sunset Hot Air Balloon Expedition and a visit to Taliesin West, Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home. In future articles, I will share many more great things to do in and around Phoenix… Continue reading
Apache Trail – visit it and imagine riding a horse or walking through the rugged, arid, desolate, mountainous Arizona terrain. There’s nothing in sight except foreboding mountains for 160,000 acres; yet so much is hidden here. Looking out over the terrain for as far as the eye can see, only steep rocky hills with skin-ripping cactus growing in the rocks are visible. Pretend you are hunting for the gold treasure hidden in these mountains, the Superstition Mountains. Or simply take Continue reading