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.
Tombstone Arizona is famous for Wyatt Earp & the 1881 OK Corral shootout in that city. But there is more to Tombstones rich history & attractions than a famous gun fight. Among its many other attractions is the World's Largest Rose Bush. This is the story of that bush and the people who grew it,
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
Tucson has a number of great independent places to eat and nature to visit. Checkout places such as Bookman's, Beyond Bread, Saguaro National Park, Gates Pass, and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
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 area. There are mountains and...
A short trip from MESA to SEDONA ARIZONA shown in pictures shows off the natural beauty of the two areas called the Low Desert and the High Desert. All photos are taken from the road.
Sedona Arizona was named for Sedona Arabella Schnebly an early pioneer woman who came to the area with her husband T Carl Schnebly and family. Sedona's memorial bell at Wayside Chapel in Sedona will be rung to celebrate the exact minute of Arizona's Centennial statehood on February 14 2012.
Thousands of RVs converge on the tiny desert town of Quartzsite, Arizona each winter to boondock in the desert. RVers come to Quartzsite for the mild weather, the RV and Gem and Mineral Shows and the many events geared for RVing snowbirds. Quartzsite attracts nearly a million visitors each year.
Photos and videos show this incredibly pigmented and saturated area of the Painted Desert in Arizona. Who knew that the desert could be so colorful?
Viewing some old spring operated, Mao Zedong clocks at a flea market turned into a teachable moment as I showed my son what clocks used to look like and what China endured under Mao's dictatorship.