A Photographer’s Guide to America’s Most Scenic Highway

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US Route 89 Road Trip Map Book—2014 Edition

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2015 Calendar-Photographs Along America’s Most Scenic Highway

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2015 Calendar-Photographs Along America’s Most Scenic Highway

2015 Calendar-Photographs Along America’s Most Scenic Highway

My 2015 calendar features fourteen photographs taken in some of my favorite places along US Route 89. Click through the slide show below to see the photos I’ve chosen for each month. /* PausePlayPlayPrev|Next The format is 11×17 with each month displaying a landscape photograph above the calendar. Major US holidays... [Read more...]

Getting to Page, Arizona, on US 89T

Getting to Page, Arizona, on US 89T

Since the Big Slump closed US 89 in northern Arizona in February 2013, I have received numerous requests for information about alternative roads. At first, a detour route was established between Flagstaff and Page, Arizona, that took travelers 50 miles out of their way adding at least an hour to the trip. A much shorter alternative existed in Navajo Route 20 which parallels US 89 for 44 miles from The Gap to Page. The... [Read more...]

The Painted Desert Project

The Painted Desert Project

The last place you would expect to find street art is along US Route 89 on the Navajo Reservation. But there it is. You can’t miss it as you head north from Flagstaff. It’s on tanks and roadside jewelry stands. Big black and white photographs pasted up there for all to see. We first saw these works of public art four years ago. While we were curious about their origin we didn’t pursue it further. Then a link to... [Read more...]

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  • Event of the Week: Dec. 8-14

    Tohono Chul Holiday Nights, Tucson, AZ
    Friday & Saturday, 5: 30 – 8:30
    Tohono Chul kicks off the Holiday Season with a stroll through a magical winter wonderland. On six special evenings across three consecutive weekends, Tohono Chul takes on an air of holiday magic as the community is invited to enjoy the tradition of Holiday Nights, highlighted by live music, holiday treats, and shopping. Each night, the grounds are transformed by a million holiday lights and our very own special desert snowmen.
    To find your way to Tohono Chul Park, go to the Tucson to Apache Junction Road Trip Guide on the US Route 89 Appreciation Society website.

  • Website of the Week

    Arizona State Museum…

    • is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the Southwest, established in 1893 by the Arizona Territorial Legislature.
    • is the state’s official permitting agency for archaeological and paleontological projects across the state.
    • is the state’s official archaeological repository and is the largest/busiest non-federal intake facility in the country.
    • administers the Arizona Antiquities Act; assists state and federal agencies in enforcing related legislation and repatriation.
    • is the University of Arizona’s anthropology museum and is one of the oldest research units on the campus.
    • hosts researchers from around the world who use the collections to expand the frontiers of knowledge in archaeology, ethnology, and ethnohistory.
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