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Jeep Tour of Ancient Ruins – Review of Pink Jeep Tours, Sedona …

Published on October 8, 2012 by

I've done some Pink Jeep tours. I had a great time having someone who knew where to go to do all the driving. I love the scenery of Sedona and it's safer to have somone else driving than me oogling and almost running into someone. There are tours for everyone: niece easy tours and those in which the hummer goes up 3 verticle feet... and down.

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Published in Arizona, Attractions

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest – The Denver Post

Published on September 25, 2012 by

I'm always fascinated when I'm in the ancient ruins. I wonder what life was like at that time, what they were thinking and doing. I look at where the fire pit may have been and think of my own gas stove that I just need to turn a dial and the flame comes.

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest - The Denver Post

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Published in Arizona, Attractions, AZ

United Verde Mines, Verde Distrinct, Jerome, Arizona

Published on September 13, 2012 by

I enjoyed visiting Jerome, Arizona. We were staying in Sedona at the time and wanted a little outing. There area used to be one of the major mining towns in the country. Now there are shops, artists and places to eat. Be sure and try The Haunted Hamburger and read the story of the missing tools!

United Verde Mines, Verde Distrinct, Jerome, Arizona

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Published in Arizona, Attractions

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest

Published on September 11, 2012 by

This article gives an overview of some of the beautiful ruins of the Southwest. There are also some wonderful photographs here which will give you an excellent taste of what it's like to visit these places where the ancients once live.

Modern life, ancient ruins coexist in Southwest

"Canyon de Chelly National Monument in Arizona is managed jointly by the Park Service and the Navajo Nation. Visitors ...

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Lions, and Tigers and Bears… Oh, My… in Sedona

Published on September 6, 2012 by

Well, not the lions and tigers, but there certainly are the bears. These bears have cubs. You've heard "hell hath no fury than a woman scorned?" Well, let me tell you, you'll feel like you're in hell if you get between a mother and her cubs.

Bear sightings in northern AZ prompt warning

"By Associated Press SEDONA, Ariz. - The Arizona Game and Fish Department is reminding outdoor enthusiasts to remain ...

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A Moment Preserved: CATHEDRAL ROCK, SEDONA AZ

Published on July 27, 2012 by

The link below takes you to one of the most beautiful places in Sedona AZ. Cathedral Rock, as do all of the Red Rocks, changes its mood and color according to the roaming of the sun and the temper of the weather. You can follow trails from different sides of this magnificent collection of beauty.

The page below takes you to the site of photographer Bojh Parker. You will be able to see his expertise ...

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Carlsbad Caverns Wonders on Video

Published on July 25, 2012 by

When I went to Carlsbads I was simply amazed. I had never been underground in such a vast area. We went on Thanksgiving morning. There weren't many people there, as you might expect. One of the rangers kept asking me to be quiet. I thought I was being quiet. When I asked another ranger, she said that "normal" conversation could be heard about a quarter of a mile. Just look at the wonders!

 

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The Wonder of Carlsbad Caverns

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