I’m a morning person. My grandma loves to tell people that even when I was a baby I’d wake up smiling. A previous roommate had a no-talking rule until she’d showered, and Jim frequently tells me to slow down until he’s had a chance to wake up. So not only am I a morning person, …
Step inside Yuma Territorial Prison, one of the most feared places in the American Southwest.
Dates are incredibly labor-intensive to grow, and we got the scoop at Martha’s Gardens Date Farm in Yuma, Arizona.
After we left the Verde Canyon Railroad, our accommodations for the night were at the Tavern Hotel on Main Street in Old Town Cottonwood, Arizona. We found the address and parked, but we couldn’t see the hotel anywhere so we went into the Tavern Grille to ask for directions. Well, turns out check-in was at …
All aboard! See what it’s like to ride a heritage excursion train near Sedona, Arizona.
Visit a desert land that draws artists, creative chefs, talented winemakers and brewers, and anyone enchanted by the great outdoors.
There’s no need for experience if you want to paddle this peaceful class 1 float near Scottsdale, Arizona.
Meet one of Yuma’s favored sons, an Italian-American who made a profound impact on the community.
Besides the movie “3:10 to Yuma,” I knew nothing about the border city in southwestern Arizona. I hadn’t even seen the movie, either the original or the remake, so the only thing I really knew was that there was a place called Yuma and there were outlaws and a train. So how, you ask, did …
Enter the ghost town left by the longest-running mines in Arizona.