Exploring Cochise County, Arizona

The Organ Pipe Formation in Chiricahua National Monument

Mary Zalmanek
March 26, 2013

During a recent two-month trip in our motorhome, my husband, Jim, and I joined the migration of snowbirds seeking sunshine and adventure in Arizona. As our sojourn drew to a close, we spent five days in Cochise County, Arizona, exploring natural and historic sights in the southeastern corner of the state. The... Read more »

Santa Cruz River Valley Has It All

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Gerald C. and Sharon L. Hammon
January 24, 2013

There aren’t many places in the United States where you can have reasonably good weather any time of year. Or how about a destination where you can be comfortable in February, not fry in July and the humidity won’t make you feel like you’re snorkeling in your motorhome? That destination is the... Read more »

Petroglyphs and Pictographs: Southwestern Rock Art

Petroglyphs on Newspaper Rock

Christine Goodier
September 11, 2012

We love the Southwest,” my brother said when I told him over lunch that my husband, Bob, and I were planning our first cross-country motorhome trip to the Four Corners region. “You should visit the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center near Cortez, Colo. We’ve gone on digs there,” he said. “Be... Read more »

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