Southwest Travel

Arizona, Blog, Southwest Travel

Welcome to the Wide Open Wild West

Why Visit? There’s a very special piece of land in southern Arizona. It’s a place that people have roamed for ten-thousand years. It’s also a place where movie stars lounged at a historic ranch while filming classic westerns. Today, this area is a forty-five thousand acre Bureau of Land Management […]

Blog, New Mexico, Southwest Travel

The Complete Guide to Exploring Chaco Canyon

America’s Stonehenge. With such an enticing name, it’s hard to resist the pull. Chaco Canyon is one of the oldest places of habitation in the United States. A trip there is life-changing.Let’s take a look at what it’s like to journey to this ancient, mysterious place. A place that is […]

Arizona, Blog, Southwest Travel

Cochise Stronghold: The Last Great Apache Hideout

Blogging has taken last place lately behind teaching and working on a M.Ed. full-time. However, summer vacation is fast approaching, the weather is beautiful, and the world is calling. Travel will always be a non-negotiable for me, so no matter how busy I am, I will always make time, even […]

Arizona, Blog, Southwest Travel

All the Reasons Why I Love and Hate Sedona

Sedona. Red-Rock Country, yoga, vortexes, recreation and wellness. It’s one of the top travel destinations in Arizona. Like every other popular tourist spot, you have to take the good with the bad. Sedona and I have had a love-hate relationship since 2011. The scenery is amazing, the archaeology is cool, […]

Arizona, Blog, Southwest Travel

On the Expedition Trail: History and Hiking at Coronado Cave

Welcome to Coronado National Memorial. One of the only places in Arizona where you can explore a cave on your own. Not just any cave, Coronado Cave.¬† No permits, guides or lines.¬†Arizona never fails to amaze me, and Coronado cave exceeded my expectations. I’ll guide you as you follow in […]

Arizona, Blog, Southwest Travel

Exploring Forgotten History at Tubac and Tumacacori

Getting There Just fifty miles south of Tuscon in Santa Cruz county (near Nogales) is an interesting place full of Arizona history and culture. I spent the day uncovering the forgotten history of Tubac and Tumacacori. Their history is forever intertwined and part of a greater story of the American […]