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The Underworld

As we departed Bisbee, we toured a mine and a cave. One I can show you, one I cannot.

by Steve

Riparian

A hike in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area repeats an experience that we've had before.

by Steve

Bisbee

We visit a small, artsy town in the southeastern corner of Arizona.

by Steve

Taste: Intrinsic or Acquired?

To some, a desert walk is a bore. Others see more than cactus and rock.

by Steve

Gods and Others

What to do on a rare cold and wet day in Arizona? See what's new at the Phoenix Art Museum.

by Steve

The Cans of Anacortes

Like many small towns in the Pacific Northwest, Anacortes was all about timber and fish. With fishing came canning, and millions of fish left town in a tin can. There were quite a few brand names, more than I would have thought. Anacortes uses vintage cannery labels on its trash

by Steve

Depoe Bay and Taft

The first question many of you will have is, “Where is Taft, Oregon?” It’s just north of Cutler City and south of Nelscott. Of course, you may never have heard of these because they are three of the five small towns that merged in 1965 to become Lincoln City,

by Steve

Devil’s Elbow

You will no doubt be pleased to hear the the mystery of the name “Devil’s Elbow” has been solved. Sort of. Heceta Head State Park (which includes Devils Elbow State Park) is located in a cove at the mouth of Cape Creek. There are picnic tables sheltered from the

by Steve

The Coast

Mine was a family of fixed habits. Back in the days of Kennedy and Kesey going out to dinner meant either to the Colonial Inn Buffet run by the VFW, or Johnnie’s Broasted Chicken run by, well, Johnnie. When the family Buick departed for the coast, we knew that

by Steve