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We had been searching for Arizona wine tours that we can recommend, particularly here in Southern Arizona. I mentioned this fact to Michael Foltz, owner/operator of Reisen Arizona Day Tours, that we at Southern Arizona Guide did not have a recommended tour company.Continue reading
Watch this inspiring video describing over 50 desert plants that inhabit the region around the San Pedro River and the borderland hills. Mimi Kamp talks about edible and medicinal plants as well as Desert Tobacco and its use. Did you ever wonder what a live Devil’s Claw looks like before … Continue reading
The Pima County website is a perfect resource for many things Free or Nearly so. Here is a link to the recreational pages where you will find hundreds of things to do for the whole family. http://webcms.pima.gov/recreation/ … Continue reading
Under $5 for lunch? And healthy? One place I can count on for healthy meals at a bargain price is Pollo Feliz. I dine at two of their locations regularly; Oracle at Roger Rd, and E. Broadway just East of Tucson Blvd.Continue reading
For all you foodies out there who are interested in edible native plants of the Southwest, foods and preparation, this video is for you. Among other things, Mike Foster, San Pedro River Videos, is an ardent supporter of the Friends of the San Pedro River which serves to educate people … Continue reading
Mary had been Ms. Karen’s bridesmaid many years ago. And even though we all ended up in Tucson, we don’t get to see her as often as we’d like. So, we planned a lunch together at a central location that was also near the Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery at … Continue reading
Denise Bausch of the Imperial National Wildlife Refuge on the Colorado River in Southwest Arizona near Yuma defines desert pavement and desert varnish and their importance in desert environments. It’s a two hour Drive from Yuma, a bit closer from Blythe, but if you want a true desert environment experience, … Continue reading