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In the Fall of 2014, Southern Arizona Guide became more than just a website with all of its Dining Reviews and recommended Things To See and Do. We started offering tours to some of the most interesting and historical places in the American Southwest. This slideshow is about our first … Continue reading
Hiking Tumamoc Hill, located on the far west side of Tucson, is extremely popular. Reasons for this are proximity to Tucson neighborhoods and a short but promised workout. We had heard about this for years and finally decided to see what all the fuss was all about. Don’t let the … Continue reading
Dragoon Springs is located at the northern end of the Dragoon Mountains in Cochise County, Arizona. The springs were an important source of water for Native American people a thousand years ago or more. In September 1695, Spanish troops camped here. They described this place as muy penascosa, “very rocky”. … Continue reading
Many birders come to Southern Arizona just for the prospect of seeing the Elegant Trogan, a bird who colorful appearance resemble birds from more tropical climates. They have a distinctive call and are elusive. However, the males are bright red on the chest which should make it easier to spot. … Continue reading
Unlike the many images we have of Geronimo today, no photograph of Cochise exists. We only know what he looked like from contemporary written accounts; mostly American and Mexican. These we owe to the very few people of European descent who lived to tell about their close encounter with the … Continue reading
Southern Arizona is peppered with places of major historical importance. Many are, in one way or another, related to the Apache Wars that raged throughout Southern Arizona from 1861 to 1886. In terms of historical significance, I can’t think of any place more important than Council Rocks, the most likely … Continue reading
Now that we have a thoroughly Modern Streetcar, I thought it might be interesting to see if we could enjoy our Downtown Tucson entertainment without taking our car, thus avoiding parking hassles and the need for a designated driver. Our plan was to start at Agustin Kitchen at the Mercado … Continue reading