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    Havasupai – A Top 10 Bucket List Destination

    You can’t help but to fall in love with Havasupai.  You see all the pictures of the crystal clear, turquoise waters and drift off in to la la land wishing you were there.  You see beautiful women standing under the water falls and people [...]

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    Race You To The Top – Cathedral Rock Trail

    Cathedral rock is undoubtedly a gorgeous hike that is highly trafficked.  As I was waiting to climb up the rocky area that is a one way I found myself wondering “Don’t these people have jobs?”.  Not everyone can be like me, just traveling the [...]

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    Sycamore Canyon – Over and Over Again

    Sycamore Canyon is that hike you could do over and over again.  Naturally, I get back to Arizona and the first thing I want to do is go hiking.  I don’t know what it is about this state that makes my legs restless, but [...]

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    Antelope Canyon – A Racket

    Antelope Canyon is one of those places that you can’t help but be drawn to.  You see all of the pictures online and you start to doze off in to your wonderful dreamland, only to be woken up to the fact that it is [...]

  • lake powell campground

    Page – Lake Powell Campground – Only if You Have to

    Lake Powell Campground in Page, AZ is certainly comfortable with the fact that tourists will use them regardless of how they treat their customers or upkeep their park.  See, Page, AZ has become somewhat of a tourist destination with so many touristy spots around.  [...]

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    Liquid Hot Magma – Sunset Crater Volcano

    A volcano in Arizona is not something you would ever think of but believe it or not, Sunset Crater Volcano is actually located in Northern Arizona.  Yes, it was an actual volcano that erupted sometime between 1040 and 1100 AD.  I know it’s kind [...]

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    Wupa..What? Wupatki

    The Wupatki National Monument is another one of those “stare in complete awe” dwellings.  You can’t help but lose yourself in the natural curiosity of “How in the world did these people do this?”.  The truth is the Puebloan people came together in the [...]

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    Montezuma Castle – A View Worth the Wait

    Montezuma Castle seems to be one of those attractions that no matter when you go, there will be a line.  I am here to tell you it is worth that wait.  Pictures really do this monument no justice.  Yes, there are some great photos [...]

  • verde valley

    Fishing Success?

    A fishing success story normally ends with a big catch….or at least something along those lines.  Well, mine is different.  There isn’t a big fish to talk about; in fact, there isn’t even a fish to talk about.  Actually, not even a bite.  Yeah, [...]

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    A Barbecue Joint That Will Haunt Your Dreams

    Have you ever been to a place that later haunts your dreams?  When I say haunts, I mean it in a good way.  The place was so fantastic all you can do is dream about it and that makes you cry because you long [...]

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    Sometimes You Just Have to Stick Your Hands in The Oven

    One of the things I learned in college was how to be cheap.  Yes, I ate ramen noodles and we kept our heat set to 60 degrees.  Heat was expensive and we decided we could just bundle up and used candles.  We also used [...]

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    What About God?

    I ask you the same thing; What about God?  Now I am fully aware that it is stupid to answer a question with a question, let alone the same exact question but here I am doing it.  Why? When I decided to start traveling [...]

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    Talk About Terrifying – The Open Road

    It’s time to take off and to say anxiety levels are high would be an understatement.  Not only is it time to leave everything I have built up the last 6 years but I have never done this before in an RV.  To top [...]

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    Is This What Panic Looks Like?

    Well, today was the day.  I handed over that certified check to the old owners of my new RV.  You would think that I would be jumping for joy or smiling from ear to ear but I wasn’t.  As a matter of fact, I [...]

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    What Have I Gotten Myself In To?

    It has been months of preparation, planning and emotions but today was a first for me.  I started to have second thoughts or thoughts of regret.  I know, I was surprised too.  Up until today I had some mixed feelings here and there, but [...]


Camelback Mountain

  • Cholla Summit Trail
  • Echo Canyon Summit Trail

Superstition Mountains

  • Siphon Draw Trail
  • Flatiron
  • Peralta Canyon Trail (Weaver’s Needle)

Black Canyon Trail

White Take Mountains

  • Ford Canyon Trail to Old Rock Dam
  • Willow Spring Loop

South Mountain

  • Alta/Bajada Loop
  • Holbert Trail
  • Ridgeline & National Trail

Squaw Peak

  • Circumference Trail
  • Dreamy Draw Nature Loop
  • Nature Loop Trail
  • Perl Charles Loop Trail
  • Quartz Ridge Trail
  • Summit Trail

Cathedral Rock

Walnut Canyon

Devil’s Bridge

Mescal Trail

Sycamore Canyon

Horseshoe Bend

Lookout Mountain

  • Summit Trail
  • Circumference Trail

Usery Mountains

  • Wind Cave Trail

McDowell Mountains

  • Gateway Loop Trail
  • Saguaro Trail

Upper Antelope Canyon


Water Ranch Trail

Picacho Peak

  • Calloway Trail
  • Nature Trail

Bobby D’s (Jerome)

Papadeaux (Phoenix)

Baby Kay’s

Riot (Old Town Cottonwood)

Big Johns Texas BBQ

The Tavern

Creekside (Sedona)

Burning Tree Cellars

Cellar 433


Dark Sky Brewing Company

Merkin Vineyards

Montezuma Castle


Horseshoe Bend

Lake Mead


Antelope Canyon

Glen Canyon Dam

Wukoki Pueblo

Sunset Crater Volcano


Monument Valley

Grand Canyon

Verde Valley RV & Camping

The Purple Park

Page Lake Powell Campground

Goulding’s Campground