On the northwest side of the head section of Camelback Mountain, there is an interesting rock formation that people have dubbed “Praying Monk.” Once you see it, you’ll know why.
Hayden Flour Mill attracted the town that became Tempe and gave Mill Avenue its name.
If you’re in search of a hike with amazing natural wonders that’s not too far from Phoenix, Ford Canyon Trail … More
It’s called My Mystery Castle, although once you hear the story it’s not so mysterious. Boyce Gully built this native stone castle at … More
Petroglyphs on the south slope of Hayden Butte Preserve adjacent to the Arizona State University Sun Devils Stadium are an excellent example of rock art left by the Hohokam Indians, believed to have dwelt in the Valley of the Sun between 700 and 1450 A.D..
If you’re looking for family-friendly activities, Arizona has plenty of natural wonders that won’t disappoint. Here are a few favorites that most everyone can enjoy, regardless of age or physical ability.
Every day, thousands of people whiz by on the Loop 202 freeway between Phoenix and Tempe without knowing they’re about … More
“Oh, Sunlight! The most precious gold to be found on Earth.” ~ Roman Payne
Photographers refer to golden hour as a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset, when daylight is redder and softer … More
Grapes have long provided us two of the things we love most in Arizona: Healthy snacks and wine. These days, it seems … More
Rare is the Arizona building made of brick; stucco tends to be the exterior of choice. Rarer still is a structure … More
Just south of downtown Phoenix rests South Mountain Park – the largest city-run park in America. With access points in … More