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We met Ken “The Bug Guy” MacNeil who raises & sells exotic pets, including an amazing array of bugs. If you’re looking for pet bugs, Ken’s your guy.Continue reading
The Friends of the San Pedro River are celebrating Archaeology month by offering a new Archaeology walk every Saturday in March at 9am. The Murray Spring Mammoth Kill site hike on March 8, 2014 will meet at the Murray Springs Parking Area off Moson Road. Learn more about this important … Continue reading
Which was America’s longest war? President Obama claims that the war in Afghanistan is America’s longest. But is that true? First, let me say that “wars” no longer start with a formal “declaration of war” nor end with a formal signing of surrender documents or “peace accords”. So part of … Continue reading
In this educational video, experts discuss what life might have been like for the Sobaipuri people and the heritage they left for their descendents, the O’odham. This video was taken at the site of an archaeology dig at the village of Santa Cruz de Gaybanipitea near the San Pedro River. It is chock full of fascinating tidbits of the history of the Indian peoples in this area.Continue reading
According to Tucson Weekly, their readers rated Westin La Paloma #1 for Best Sunday Brunch; with Loews Ventana Canyon Resort as runner up. The first thing I noticed about both reviews is they have the price wrong. Sunday Brunch at Westin La Paloma and Loews Ventana Canyon Resorts is NOT … Continue reading
If you haunt the State Parks as much as we do, you will get your monies worth out of an Annual State Parks Pass. In Southern Arizona, it can be used at a half a dozen or so places. If you go to any of these frequently for Hikes or … Continue reading
The 89th Fiesta De Los Vaqueros, aka the Tucson Rodeo, is just one of many delightful Southern Arizona Winter events; albeit a very big one.Continue reading