Arizona: the land of cowboys, Mexican food and the great American road trip filled with stunning beauty, interesting history and more Mexican food than I could eat!
Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona provides that perfect little taste of the Old West & Cowboy Country right in the middle of the Downtown district of Scottsdale.
You might not expect to find a lot of pretty plant life in the Arizona desert – but that’s exactly what you’ll find at Phoenix’s Desert Botanical Garden.
The roar of the engine & jostle of the bumpy hummer ride is exciting but I think of all the amazing things I learned about Tonto National Forest.
Read the story of how we almost get lost and doubt the advice of the tourism office as we drive along the Ghost Town Trail outside of Tombstone, Arizona.
It’s kitschy, it’s touristy and everyone is dressed in costume as either Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, a saloon girl or one of the Clanton/McLaury Gang….but an afternoon spent in Tombstone, Arizona is still full of real history and fun. I didn’t know much about Tombstone other than what I saw…
It may look like “just” dirt & rocks but what lies in the 1,500-year-old Hohokam village ruins at the Pueblo Grande Museum in Phoenix Arizona is a mystery.
There truly is only 1 thing that will encourage me to wake up at 4 am – TRAVEL. A trip on a plane, train or automobile but new on the list…HOT AIR BALLOON! I’ll even wake up at 3 am for that! The reason?…No FEAR! I’m terrified of heights, speed…
Read our review of the Columbia Sportswear Zero Rules Short Sleeve shirt made with Omni-Freeze Zero Fabric designed to keep you cool when it’s hot hot hot!
The Heard Museum located in Phoenix Arizona has an extensive collection of American Indian cultural art and sculpture and is worthy of a visit.
No trip to Tombstone Arizona is complete without a visit to Boothill Graveyard. Originally called “The Tombstone Cemetery” in 1878, it was the burial-place for the town’s residents until 1884. By the 1920’s the cemetery had fallen into ruin until the citizens of Tombstone, using early burial records restored it…
The Musical Instrument Museum in North Phoenix, Arizona is the perfect place to escape the heat and lose yourself in culture, music & wonder.