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Dale

Updated: Sep 30, 2013 2:15pm PST

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Dave

A collection of photos taken in Lake Havasu, Bull Head City Arizona an ...

Updated: Aug 22, 2013 3:49pm PST

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Archie Tucker

Landscapes - Arizona - Monument Valley

Updated: Aug 11, 2013 8:05pm PST

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March 23 - Cave Creek Rodeo Parade

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Updated: Mar 26, 2013 10:56pm PST

Locations - Shenendoah Mills : Shenendoah Mills<br />
Gilbert AZ<br />
$20 per hour site fee<br />
1359 South Gilbert Road, Gilbert, AZ

Locations - Shenendoah Mills

sammortproductions

Shenendoah Mills Gilbert AZ $20 per hour site fee 1359 South Gilbert R ...

Updated: Oct 13, 2012 4:38pm PST

Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix :

Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix

Gary

Updated: Oct 08, 2012 2:32pm PST

Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon Railway, Etc. : Mostly uncaptioned views of the Grand Canyon, the Grand Canyon Railway at the Big Ditch, and other sights during the Team Whooz adventure South By Southwest Chief.  These scenes were shot on D+4 of the operation, or May 16, 2012.  Photos by Whooz using Canon A1200 (not bad for an $80 camera!).  Photos by Alice as noted using Kodak DX6490 (not bad for an 8-year-old camera!).

Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon Railway, Etc.

WhoozOn1st

Mostly uncaptioned views of the Grand Canyon, the Grand Canyon Railway ...

Updated: Aug 22, 2012 5:07pm PST

Day 4: Springerville, AZ : We rolled into this sleepy little town after high-tailing it from Quemada, NM, where there were waaay too many similarities to the town where the Texas Chainsaw Massacre occured! We stayed at the "Rode Inn", which has some history. The hotel used to a be a dance hall / casino back in the day and John Wayne used to frequent this hotel. He owned a large ranch near this town, so Springerville became one of his regular hang-outs. The next morning we woke up to find the streets lined with folding chairs of all kinds... seems we were going to be treated to a 4th of July parade! And what a treat it was! Horses, ATVs, Veterans, big semi-trucks, more ATVs and of course, explosions from the pyrotechnic team doing the fireworks later that night. Definitely a great way to start the day!

Day 4: Springerville, AZ

Stephanie Kuwasaki

We rolled into this sleepy little town after high-tailing it from Quem ...

Updated: Aug 16, 2012 12:29am PST

Day 2: Stops Along I-40 : Our first stop on our SW tour was off of Route 66, Walnut Canyon National Park. We spent an hour hiking amongst some old Cliff Dwellings. It was pretty amazing to see these places, where people used to live, up close. Then it was on to Meteor City (where there's a big meteor crater that we didn't stop to see.) Loved the kitchiness of the roadside tourist traps on the old Route 66. We then made our way to Winslow, AZ. There was one intersection that had <u>"Standing on the corner"</u> signs (made popular by the Eagles song, "Take it Easy".) So of course, we had to play along... <font color=#FFcc33>see pictures #45 and 47 of 103</font>. "I was standing on a corner in Winslow, AZ and such a fine sight to see. It's a girl, my lord, in White Rav 4 (HA!) slowin' down to take a look at me!" We ate lunch at "Casa Blanca"... I had the best tamales EVER! We hit the road and made our way to the Petrified Forest, seeing beautiful and colorful landscape. Our stopping point for the night was Albuquerque, NM, which was a welcome sight to see after a very long day.

Day 2: Stops Along I-40

Stephanie Kuwasaki

Our first stop on our SW tour was off of Route 66, Walnut Canyon Natio ...

Updated: Aug 16, 2012 12:27am PST