From south to north -- or north to south -- in one day, in a week, or more
Sitting peacefully in the desert at the entrance to Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, AZ is park memorializing veteran pilots with descriptive plaques and the combat airplanes they flew in war.
Sedona is a photographer's dream of red rocks and hot air balloons. Natural beauty and psychic energy of vortexes attracts diverse visitors. Also see nearby Tuzigoot NM and Montezuma Wells.
Grand Falls, also known as "Chocolate Falls," is located on Navajo Nation land at the southwest corner of the Reservation about a 45-minute drive from my home in Flagstaff.
Find out where to tango, two-step, salsa, samba and swing dance (and then some) all around town.
A jungle, a rainforest and an ocean ... in the desert? Yes, and all under glass. Take a virtual tour here and information to plan your own visit.
A virtual tour of the highest city along the "Mother Road" and what you'll see and find along this remaining, rather short stretch of Route 66
Arizona is a really beautiful state with a lot that is interesting for a visitor to see. What is really great about Arizona, though, is that you can see many different types of things within a fairly small geographic...
Things to do when the mercury drops and the snow falls in Flagstaff
Located in the southwest corner of Tucson, AZ, the Mission San Xavier del Bac is an 18th Century Mission Church that continues to function as a house of worship and focal point of a mission that was founded by the...