Pumpkins, apple cider, hot chocolate. Autumn is almost here. Even though we may still have triple digit temperatures you can feel a change in the air. By this time of year I am ready to grab a sweater or a flannel shirt, exchange my flip flops for fluffy socks and boots to welcome cooler temperatures. […]
Visiting the Grand Canyon? If you want to see how the Pueblo Indians lived over 800 years ago stop by the Tusayan Native American Indian ruin and museum. This national historic site is located within the Grand Canyon National Park.
The Antelope Slot Canyons are in northern Arizona just outside of the town Page. It is a four hour drive from Phoenix. The Arizona slot canyons are on Navajo tribal land and in my opinion one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Arizona’s diverse climate and geography lends to some amazing campgrounds. We prefer to camp by the water whether it is a river, creek or lake. Here are some of our favorite campgrounds in Arizona
As part of a road trip from Arizona to Colorado we spent a few days in northern Arizona to explore it’s magical canyons and secret beaches. With just over 7,000 residents, Page, Arizona is the largest city in the area.
Wupatki Native American Indian Ruins are worth the drive from Flagstaff to see. The Hopi buildings and surrounding community are well preserved.