Any building with a particularly violent past is bound to have some circulating myths about supernatural encounters. Take that, and make it a whole city with a murderous past… and you’ve got countless.
That old, rustic, feel is carried out throughout the entire town, the vibes seeping through the walls full of over a hundred years of stories. Anyways, Tombstone was the first stop.
It always amazes me how most of the time when I bring up Valley of Fire State Park I get the same reaction, “where is it? What’s that?” Well, in my opinion, one of the most breathtaking, underrated parks in
This moderately challenging 2.8 mile out and back hike is a walk back in history. Throughout the course you’ll climb up a bit less than 600 feet in elevation to get to this valley of hieroglyphics. These are believed to
Stepping inside the church is truly like taking a step back in time. There’s paintings of what once was, the blues and reds, once so vibrant, are now dulled and faded from standing and weathering the storm for centuries.
You’ll have to hop on a kayak to see this hidden gem. Located about two miles from Willow Beach in Lake Mead, National Recreation Area, you’ll find this hollowed out opening in the canyon as you float along the Black
As spring time rolls around in Arizona, many look forward to the Cactus League’s Spring Training that brings 15 MLB teams to 10 stadiums throughout the greater Phoenix area. With no definite answers on whether or not Spring Training will