Tag Archives: travel

Today’s Travel Tip: Leaf Peeping in Colorado

by Marilyn Noble September is my favorite month in Colorado. The days are balmy and warm, the mornings crisp and cool, and the sky is a glorious deep shade of blue. And then there are the trees. A quick drive … Continue reading

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Dining at the Grand Dame: An Evening at Chez Panisse

by Marilyn Noble In the world of fine dining, restaurants come and go. Only a handful seem to stand the test of time and survive for more than a few years. Le Bernardin in New York, Canliss in Seattle, the … Continue reading

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One of THOSE people rides the California Zephyr

By Marilyn Noble A few months ago, Amtrak announced a traveling writer’s residency program. They pay your way and you get to ride on one of their long-haul routes and write, tweet, post, and Instagram your experience. It sounds like … Continue reading

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Sarah Dolliver, the Accidental Photographer

by Marilyn Noble Unlike many accomplished photographers, Sarah Dolliver wasn’t born with a Brownie box camera in her hands. She didn’t spend her childhood hiding out in a darkroom while her peers played soccer, nor did she spend every spare … Continue reading

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Meet Jim Turner in Prescott

Our own Jim Turner will be sharing his experiences editing the latest edition of Native Roads at the Smoki Museum Pueblo in Prescott on July 12. For those of you who have been following his posts here, this is your … Continue reading

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Friday Photo 4/4

Pictographs in Sego Canyon in Utah, not far from Green River just off I-70. Photo by Mike Koopsen, Trails Traveled Photography, www.shutterfly.com/pro/koopsenphotography/landscapes.  

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Kerrick James launches KJ Photo Safaris

For anyone interested in photography and travel, our friend Kerrick James has recently launched KJ Photo Safaris. We encourage you to check it out!

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Retracing Native Roads Day 6: Navajo Swap Meet, Narbona Pass, and Beautiful Downtown Farmington

By Jim Turner Cold! Tuesday morning, January 22nd, 2013 was cold in Window Rock, in the low 20s.  I had plotted and planned this trip for months, and knew that this day could be the toughest. I was headed up … Continue reading

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Video of Roger Naylor on Tucson Morning Blend

Death Valley: Hottest Place on Earth author Roger Naylor appeared on Tucson Morning Blend on Wednesday. Watch the video here: http://www.tucsonmorningblend.com/videos/236105531.html

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Crazy from the Heat in Death Valley

By Roger Naylor It’s not yet mid-morning and the sun won’t shut up. It screams at me like the crazy beet-faced neighbor from upstairs. The sun rages, roars and bullies. My liver sizzles and my bones droop. It’s middle of … Continue reading

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