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Saguaro East

(Tucson AZ) A visit to Saguaro National Park East – Rincon Mountain District on the eastern outskirts of Tucson was eagerly anticipated. The small visitor center had a film about the history of the area and the park. A ranger also gave a talk about the early native inhabitants, and how they used the saguaro […]

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Pipe Springs

(Kaibab AZ) Fourteen miles West of Fredonia is Pipe Springs National Monument; a joint project between the Paiute-Kaibab Band and the National Park Service. This was a well known natural spring used by travelers through the area. A tithing ranch was established there, and a stone fort was built over the spring by the Mormon […]

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Vermilion Cliffs

(nr Marble Canyon AZ) After Marble Canyon, I continued along US-89A, which follows the Vermilion Cliffs until House Rock, where it climbs up to the Kaibab Plateau. On the way, I stopped at pull-outs to take photos of the cliffs. It was late evening, so the light should have been good. But, because of the […]

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