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Az A to Z: Are you gonna eat that?

Young Prickly Pear cactus pads (Nopales) are used to make Nopolitos which is a delicous dish served at Mi Nidito Restaurant in South Tucson, Arizona! Slightly-tangy and delicious, Nopolitos contain galactogamin gums which slow the absorption of sugars so they are...

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Az A to Z: B is for Bisbee

↑ Photo credit: Bisbee Chamber of Commerce . Full of historic charm, this beautiful town, like so many in Arizona, got its start in mining.  …the copper kind of “mine”… . In fact, in the early 1900’s,  the appropriately named  Copper...

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A is for Apple 🍎

Named for the “Hermit of the Superstition Mountains”, Reavis Ranch still magically explodes into apples every October at the homestead orchard planted in 1874. A favorite area among trekkers of all skill levels, Reavis Ranch has hiking trails ranging from easy-stroll...

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Az: A to Z

We are about to throw down some serious Arizona love sprinkled with random facts you never knew you needed! Starting at “A” and working our way to Z (funny how that works), we’ll share some of our most beloved locations across the state – from local...

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Just a little change in perspective…

Sometimes just a little change in perspective, lets us see things in a whole new light We’ve loved Greer, Arizona  for as long as we can remember loving anything… We’ve spent countless days wondering the meadow, mucking in the creek, hiking the hills, and...

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