Jerome. The most Vertical City in Arizona.

Make Jerome your destination for your next trip to Arizona. This historic copper mining town; Jerome,  was founded in 1876 on top of Cleopatra Hill at (5,200 feet) Back in the day, Jerome was one of the largest cities in the Arizona Territory. In 1920’s population…

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The Winchester Mystery House

Mysterious things dazzle me. While visiting friends in San Jose, CA. I couldn’t pass up the world-famous, extravagant maze of a Victorian mansion. I’m a sucker for old things, so buildings, furniture, household items are always intriguing to me and this visit absolutely made my…

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Trailblazing across the desert.

This is the new year and the new you. You can pass through another year, coasting on cruise control, or, you can step out of your comfort zone, trying things you have never done before, and make 2018 as the year that you elevate from…

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Last hike of the year

Because what else is there to do on an early weekend morning? Every year I make a list of places I’d like to go visit. That doesn’t always happen and my Bucket List is getting longer. This year has passed quicker than I was expecting…

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Visit to Stolzenfels Castle

Europe is very fascinating for their architecture and history. If you are making plans to visit Europe and love old architecture as much as I do, you have to see  Stolzenfels Castle in Koblenz, Germany. This 13th century castle was destroyed by the french in…

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Visiting Schloss Bürresheim Castle

I was always fascinated with castles and old ruins. There is something mystical about them. My bucket list is long and includes many I still want to visit. Europe has many absolutely fascinating structures and here is one that you should definitely put on your list…

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The Pricks of The Desert

I love hiking. My bucket list is full of different trails I have yet to explore.  The weather is finally cooperating so I am able to take my hiking companion and not worry about overheating. The summers are brutal here, so I use those months…

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