Tips for Camping with Kids in Arizona

Summer is fast approaching and there is no time like the present to start planning outdoor activities and trips with your youngsters. One new activity our family plans to tackle this year is camping. We are avid hikers and love to find fun adventures around Arizona, both indoors and outdoors. But we have yet to take our daughter camping. I …

Route 66: Traveling the Mother Road in Arizona

{Published in the April 2018 issue of the Deer Valley Times and the North Tatum Times} Route 66. The Mother Road. The Great American Highway. No matter what name you give it, U.S. Route 66 is a true part of historic Americana and a great way to see some of the most delightful destinations in the western part of the United States. …

Spring Break in Arizona 2018 – Enjoy Perfect Spring Break Weather in the Sonoran Desert

Many college students everywhere are preparing to head to a beach or lake on traditional Spring Break road trips, so why not take advantage of the best weather in the country while those students are out of town? The Sonoran Desert makes a perfect vacation spot during the winter and spring months – and gives you the opportunity to make …

National Parks and Monuments between the Grand Canyon and Phoenix

[Published in the October 2017 edition of the Deer Valley Times} One of the most fascinating things about Arizona is the vast number of National Parks and Monuments in our state. There are officially 22 National Park Service Units in Arizona. This translates to almost 12 million visitors and $1 Billion in economic impact for our state every year. The National …

Links for More Information about Route 66

Here are links to some fantastic sites that focus on the legend of Route 66 and the sights to see along the road:

 

Happy travels!

 

– mambug

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