My Year In Tucson, Arizona's PhotoBlog

Pretty space. More like a campground than a park. We found one hiking trail and one trail was closed/or abandoned. We got some pretty views though.

It was time to get a taste of Indian summer in the middle of the dessert so we drove up to Mount Lemmon. It's about an hour drive from Tucson. Here are a few…

We went to Sedona without any expectations with a plan to relax and find some vortexes. Goal achieved. Our first hike was around Bell Rock. A little bit of…

... Today we went for something new-Pima Canyon, a 15 minute drive from our place. The trail starts off on private property and quickly ascends into gorgeous…

During our first trip, we took the scenic route to Walnut Canyon. It was impressive. It was difficult to imagine the cliff dwellings were occupied at some point…

We had to get up v early for this one! We headed towards the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The moon was still up...... First, we saw the coyotes... Then the…

We learned that about 30 minutes from where we are staying in Tucson there is the Tohono O'odham San Xavier Indian Reservation . This is the church itself next…

Being right in the heart of the Catalina Foothills allows us to take morning hikes and be in the office by 9am. It poured two nights ago...so we have a little…

2. 1st day in Phoenix -- looking good! 3. Drive from Phoenix to Tucson --passing Pinal Air Park. We left a sand storm behind. 4. La Posada Casitas --the place…
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