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americasgreatoutdoors:

In celebration of Earth Day 2014, the Bureau of Land Management introduced three vintage posters and postcards depicting some of the spectacular landscapes of our National Conservation Lands. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight these ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich places that belong to all Americans.The inaugural posters and postcards artistically portray three different areas, illustrating the diversity of the landscapes protected under the system. They are Eagletail Mountains Wilderness Area in Arizona (www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/wildareas/eag…), Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana (www.blm.gov/mt/st/en/fo/umrbnm.html) and Headwaters Forest Reserve in California (www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/arcata/headwaters.html). This is a continuing series.There are now nearly 900 designated areas of National Conservation Lands spanning almost 27 million acres – or 11 percent of the lands managed by BLM. They include national monuments, national conservation areas, wilderness and wilderness study areas, national wild and scenic rivers, national scenic trails and national historic trails.Learn more about your National Conservation Lands: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/NLCS.html

americasgreatoutdoors:

In celebration of Earth Day 2014, the Bureau of Land Management introduced three vintage posters and postcards depicting some of the spectacular landscapes of our National Conservation Lands. The purpose of the campaign is to highlight these ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich places that belong to all Americans.

The inaugural posters and postcards artistically portray three different areas, illustrating the diversity of the landscapes protected under the system. They are Eagletail Mountains Wilderness Area in Arizona (www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/wildareas/eag…), Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument in Montana (www.blm.gov/mt/st/en/fo/umrbnm.html) and Headwaters Forest Reserve in California (www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/arcata/headwaters.html). This is a continuing series.

There are now nearly 900 designated areas of National Conservation Lands spanning almost 27 million acres – or 11 percent of the lands managed by BLM. They include national monuments, national conservation areas, wilderness and wilderness study areas, national wild and scenic rivers, national scenic trails and national historic trails.

Learn more about your National Conservation Lands: www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/blm_special_areas/NLCS.html

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Hey I was wondering if you or any followers know good areas of Arizona to camp and stargaze? I'm in the east valley but willing to drive to almost anywhere in Arizona
bigsteezy

Anyone?

idekumiko:

My brother sent me this photo during a recent trip to Arizona: "This is a group of cactus friends greeting a latecomer cactus friend."

idekumiko:

My brother sent me this photo during a recent trip to Arizona: "This is a group of cactus friends greeting a latecomer cactus friend."

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winsnap:

Arizona sky | by Paul

winsnap:

Arizona sky | by Paul

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(Source: worldes)

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radiopenguins:

downtown flagstaff at night

radiopenguins:

downtown flagstaff at night

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thedubroy:

Clouds over Table Rock, Maricopa, AZ

thedubroy:

Clouds over Table Rock, Maricopa, AZ

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Sedona red rocks!

Sedona red rocks!

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How to Keep Scorpions Away from Your Home |

For those of you asking, I read this and the comments!

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Well I just read a long article about keeping scorpions out of your home and I’m ready to move to Indiana now thanks

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Hi, you have an amazing blog. What would you recommend if i have 2 or 3 days to move from phoenix to interesting places in Arizona? Thanks.
photolab223

Hi there, thanks for the compliment. :) Usually when I have out of towners visiting, I take them to the most accessible and popular places to visit in AZ. These include:

  • Sunset Crater/Wupatki
  • Walnut Canyon
  • The Painted Desert/Petrified Forest
  • Sedona (definitely do some hiking, or if that’s a bit intimidating I recommend a jeep tour)
  • Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well (and Tuzigoot, if you have the time)
  • Jerome
  • Lava River Cave
  • Grand Canyon
  • Mogollon Rim (northeast of Payson)
  • Apache Trail
  • Saguaro National Forest
  • Sonoran Desert Museum
  • Tombstone
  • San Xavier del Bac Mission
  • Titan Missile Museum
  • Prescott
  • Bisbee
  • Yuma Territorial Prison
  • Chiricahua 

If anyone can throw in some other suggestions, I’d appreciate it. :)

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