Tonto Natural Bridge State Park is a beautiful place just north of Payson, Arizona that everyone needs to add to their bucket list of places to visit. It’s also not far from the wonderful recreational areas of Pine Arizona. We hiked down to the bottom of the natural bridge where we could see the waterfall […]
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My list of survival gear I actually use on all my outdoor adventures.
I made a bunch of videos of my Solar Eclipse Adventure. Here they all are for your viewing enjoyment. My plans for the eclipse: I’m giving away something “powerful”! I also discuss my plans for the Solar Eclipse, and what it takes to photograph it. Can I make it happen with a Cell Phone?! Find […]
Along this route you’ll can get to see amazing distant views of the Mogollon Rim, the striking reds of Red Rock Country, and the rolling desert hills just east of Chino Valley. You also get to drive along side the Woodchute Mountain Wilderness Area on the southern portion of this trail. For more details check […]
This is likely the most Scenic Drive in all of Arizona, if not the United States. I took this trip down Highway 89A stopping off at the Overland Expo at Fort Tuthill County Park, also known as the Coconino Fairgrounds. They had lots of fun stuff to look at. I then continued on to Sedona […]
I took my boys camping in the Coconino National Forest. For more about why we do this every year, see this website. We get to see a small cave, some lean-to’s, make campfire food, and enjoy a fireside where we talk about the restoration of the priesthood by the Prophet Joseph Smith.
Happy Easter. Remember He is risen! As important as Christ’s atonement and death is to us, don’t forget he was also resurrected and he lives!
This luau party was a celebration of a marriage as a union of two people who have become a new family sealed in the House Of The Lord for all time and for the eternity. Thanks to the performers, organizers and all who made this possible. It was an amazing spectacle of entertainment that reminds […]
The kids go to Temple Town Lake Dam to see all the water flowing through the Salt River, as well as the pedestrian bridge over Tempe Town Lake; which is right next to the Tempe Town Center for the Arts. Lots of people where there walking, riding bikes, and all kinds of other personal transportation […]
Doran Canyon of the Odessa / Doran Loop has more of a desert feel. When traveling this area, you will notice that the mostly desert landscape is very different than its counterpart Odessa Canyon. Doran does have one big difference when it comes to the trail drive, “Doran Gate Keeper”. Doran’s Gate Keeper is an […]