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Q&A with Arizona Highways

"Where else in the world can you find such a beautiful amalgamation of so many different ecosystems and landscapes, and all within a day’s hike?" I was recently invited to respond to a handful of questions about my new book 100 Things to Do in Phoenix Before You Die...

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Canyoneering in Arizona

Arizona's slot canyons make for an exciting and challenging adventure. The only way out was forward through Salome Canyon, and in front of us lay an obstacle course of sheer drops, waterfalls, massive boulders and bottomless pools of icy water flowing from the...

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Sedona’s Scenic Red Rocks

Discover unique gifts at the shops in Sedona this holiday season.   Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village Hillside Sedona Details Shopping in Sedona Tlaquepaque Hillside Sedona The Sedona Center The Shops at Piñon...

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Exploring Northern Arizona

                        Phoenicians head north in droves to escape the heat and enjoy some mountain fun. With temperatures in the Valley climbing it's a perfect time to explore the diversity that Arizona has to offer. Phoenicians head north in droves to escape the...

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Step Outside: Tour the Sonoran Desert

The desert is in bloom. And while the mercury is already creeping its way up toward the hundred-degree mark, we still have some time before the weather is simply too hot to handle. So, before the streets start shimmering and we're all holed up inside cooling off in...

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Bluebird: The Way of the Ancients

“Discover the hidden qualities of what is at hand.” These words, spoken by Japanese samurai and philosopher Miyamoto Musashi, are the words John “Bluebird” Crossman lives by. A primitive arts expert, Bluebird has dedicated himself to the exploration and study of the...

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