Tag Archives: Arizona

Robert Burt, Artist of Mystery, Adventure and Joy

The subjects of Robert Burt’s paintings are almost entirely found through his experiences in the Desert Southwest of the United States and northern Mexico.  Although I had become aware of his art over the course of the past several years through gallery event … Continue reading

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Sunset Crater

Wander in the early morning through the rich ponderosa pine forests growing amid the foreboding black and red cinder landscape of Sunset Crater.  The contrast of pink penstemon in full bloom growing in the stark black, non-reflective lava cinder fields were particularly … Continue reading

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Arizona Grub

Grub – That’s Western American vernacular for “food”! I just completed my annual review of collected periodicals for items worth archiving, and Arizona Highways magazine, as always, provided a file’s worth. The Arizona Highways 2010 “Best Places to Eat” in Arizona compendium included … Continue reading

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Verde Valley Wineries

The Verde Valley in Central Arizona is the home of communities including Cottonwood, Clarksdale, Jerome, Cornville, Sedona, Page Springs, Camp Verde, and a few smaller ones.  It is the domain of the Verde River, flowing year-around, joined by Sycamore Creek, Oak Creek … Continue reading

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