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If the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is where you go to see live wildlife, and the International Wildlife Museum is where you go to see stuffed wildlife, the Tucson Wildlife Center is where you go to help injured wildlife. Wildlife rescue is what they do at Tucson Wildlife Center. So far … Continue reading
Step right up and get your Tucson Attractions Passport, aka Book of Fun. This is the most economical way to see the Best Attractions that Southern Arizona has to offer. Before visiting any Southern Arizona attraction, we suggest you first buy a Tucson Attractions Passport for its 2-for-1 admissions and … Continue reading
These images of the Santa Cruz River flowing are courtesy of a tropical storm off the coast of Baja California that pushed moisture into the American Southwest.Continue reading
It took several months to arrange for this review of Polish Cottage on East Broadway. Not being Polish, or as far as I know, never having had authentic Polish cuisine, I had to find someone of Polish ancestry and culture to accompany us. How else would I be able to … Continue reading
Parker Canyon Lake is located in the Huachuca Mountains in the Coronado National Forest. This video is an introduction to the lake and the things you can do there. For an article on a Day Trip from Tucson to Parker Canyon Lake via the backside (west) visit here. This day … Continue reading
In celebration of their 5th anniversary, The Mini-Time Machine: Museum of Miniatures offers FREE admission during September 2014. The “Mini” is one of our favorite Things To Do In Tucson because it offers so much for all ages: young children, parents, and grandparents. These miniatures are not simple dollhouses, but … Continue reading
One Saturday in late August 2014, Ms. Karen & I headed for the west entrance of Aravaipa Canyon to check out a place of lodging we had heard good things about: Aravaipa Farms Country Inn. From Tucson, it took us about an hour to get there using Route 79 through … Continue reading