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Under the Radar- Petrified National Forest Park

When was the last time you hiked a glacier or followed a trail of wildflowers, or just sat on a rock in nature, listening to all the sounds and soaking up the warm sun? The 100th anniversary of National Parks is next week on August 25, 2016 and I suggest before the summer completely slides […]

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Ramsey Canyon

Connect With the Natural World in Southern Arizona

It is that time of year again to connect with the Sonoran Desert which includes rolling grasslands, high mountains and warm winters  that makes southeastern Arizona a birdwatcher’s paradise.  More than 500 species of birds call this area home–hummingbirds can be seen year round, and speciality birds like Gray Hawk, Red-faced Warblers and Vermilion Flycatchers […]

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Legacy of the San Xavier Mission and Christmas Cards

Traditions have a way of sticking with us without our total awareness. However, traditions tend to stabilize us.  Just like the tradition of keeping my Christmas cards hanging on the door for weeks after the holidays are over.  It was something my Mom used to do. And perhaps her Mom did it as well. Since […]

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