In Depth

Focused on the West

Jay Dusard will settle for the chile relleno, he supposes. The enchiladas he’s loved for years are no longer on the…
Culture

Dead Serious

I don’t have much experience with dead wildlife. But I once had a friend who did quill work and was ecstatic when any…
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Walking Into Autumn

Here in Arizona, as “the swift seasons roll” to bring Autumn leaves tumbling round our ears, I am reminded anew of the…
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Creating a Buzz

Patrick Pynes and his partner, Sharon Lee Harris, live in a mountain oasis surrounded by natural beauty. Their 2.5-acre…
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Scattered Leaves

Have you ever looked up one day and realized the season has changed, like the tick of a minute hand on the clock? It…
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Fall Color Guide

Hikes 1 Arizona Trail (San Francisco Peaks Passage) DIFFICULTY: Easy ELEVATION: 8,928 to 9,000 feet LENGTH: 15 miles…
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The Touch of Midas

The touch of Midas is felt throughout the highlands at this time of the year and the Season’s touch has turned much of…
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Flying Into the Face of Danger

If you were to choose a bug’s life, being a butterfly would definitely be the way to go. For one thing, there’s variety…