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Cheyenne Reed

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10 Facts About Slide Rock State Park

Arizona

10 Facts About Slide Rock State Park

#1 Slide Rock State Park is seven miles north of Sedona. We all know how beautiful Sedona is, so it only bodes well that this attraction is nearby. #2 It was originally the Pendley Homestead. Frank L. Pendley received the land in the Homestead Act of 1910, and it became a state park in 1987.

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 5, 2016
5 Awesome Reasons Why Chiricahua National Monument is the Coolest Monument You’ve Never Heard Of

Arizona

5 Awesome Reasons Why Chiricahua National Monument is the Coolest Monument You’ve Never Heard Of

#1 Chiricahua National Monument is one of the hidden gems of the national park and monument system! Unlike the Grand Canyon National Park, which sees more than five million visitors each year, Chiricahua National Monument sees less than 60, 000 visitors a year. On average, less than a few hundred visitors a day pass through

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 16, 2016
5 Awesome Reasons Signal Hill in Saguaro National Park is Worth Exploring

Arizona

5 Awesome Reasons Signal Hill in Saguaro National Park is Worth Exploring

#1 Saguaro National Park is divided into two halves. About twenty miles east of Tucson, you’ll find the Rincon Mountain District, or Saguaro Park East. On the east side of the park you can take the picturesque Cactus Forest Loop Drive, covering more than eight miles and passing many tempting trail heads. Many tourists flock

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 21, 2016
Here Are 3 Movies With Gene Wilder That Were Filmed In Arizona

Arizona

Here Are 3 Movies With Gene Wilder That Were Filmed In Arizona

You may remember Gene Wilder from any one of the long list of movies he starred in. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Blazing Saddles, or Young Frankenstein are all classics you’ve surely seen. Wilder began what would become a wildly successful acting career in 1962. This week news reports all across the country are paying

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 30, 2016
10 Arizona Sunsets We *Definitely* Don’t Care About

Arizona

10 Arizona Sunsets We *Definitely* Don’t Care About

#1 Heres’s a typical Arizona Sunset: Can someone please tell us what the big deal is here? #2 This time the sun is in Monument Valley. Because, honestly. All we’re seeing is a bunch of big rocks.  #3 How about one more of Monument Valley? STILL. JUST. ROCKS. #4 Here’s a sunset behind some cacti.

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 6, 2016
6 Facts About Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

Arizona

6 Facts About Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

#1 Riordan Mansion was designed by Charles Wittlesey. He also designed the Grand Canyon’s El Tovar Hotel. #2 Brothers Michael and Timothy Riordan built the mansion. They moved from Chicago to help brother Dennis run a lumber company that often employed the majority of the population of up and coming Flagstaff. #3 The Riordan brothers

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 20, 2016
4 Things To Know Before You Visit These Incredible Tide Pools in Hawaii

Hawaii

4 Things To Know Before You Visit These Incredible Tide Pools in Hawaii

#1 Check out the beautiful Wai’opae Tidepools!  Have you heard of them before? Even if you have, here’s a tip! If you want to sound like a local, call them the Kapoho Tidepools. They were originally named after the surrounding community! If you’re looking for an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in diverse ocean life, you’ve

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 28, 2016
You May Be Surprised to Learn These 5 Famous People Are From Hawaii

Hawaii

You May Be Surprised to Learn These 5 Famous People Are From Hawaii

#1 Barack Obama That’s right! The Head of State himself was born on this island paradise. Though many who are politically motivated argue about Obama’s birthplace, he was, in fact, born in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii. He attended Columbia University and Harvard Law School. He served the state of Illinois as their Senator for three terms.

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 2, 2016
Get Your Facts About Route 66

Arizona

Get Your Facts About Route 66

#1. Route 66 has been called the Main Street of America. It’s also been called the Mother Road and Will Rogers Highway. #2 Route 66 was paved in 1926. It crosses the path of the National Old Trails Highway that came before it. #3 The highway originally passed through 8 states! Count ’em! Illinois, Missouri,

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 22, 2016
5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss the Incredible Watchtower View of the Grand Canyon

Arizona

5 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss the Incredible Watchtower View of the Grand Canyon

#1 Check out the Desert View Watchtower! Not the view you traditionally see of the Grand Canyon, eh? This view certainly receives less visitors than the notorious South Rim that tourists flock to, but it isn’t because it isn’t a phenomenal location. In fact, many people prefer this calm and serene oasis to the hustle

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 6, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know About Window Rock, Arizona

Arizona

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Window Rock, Arizona

#1 No one really lived in the town of Window Rock until 1936. It was in 1936 that Window Rock was chosen to be the center of the Navajo Central Agency. Window Rock lies within the St. Michael’s Chapter, atop the Defiance Plateau. It lies right along the Arizona/New Mexico border; in fact, a handful

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 11, 2016
These 5 Bed and Breakfasts In Arizona Are Perfect for A Getaway

Arizona

These 5 Bed and Breakfasts In Arizona Are Perfect for A Getaway

Whether you’re an Arizona native who just needs a mini vacation for a weekend, or you’re travelling across the country to one of the most beautiful states in the United State, Arizona has tons of bed and breakfast that will fit anyone’s needs. Read on to see which one catches your eye, and you’ll have

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 16, 2016
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Arizona

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dead Horse Ranch State Park

#1 You’re probably wondering about the name… In the 1940’s, the Ireys family came to Arizona from Minnesota to buy a ranch. They visited a few, and one of them had a dead horse lying near the road. When asked which ranch they liked best, the Ireys kids insisted on “the one with the dead

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 6, 2016
Here Are The Only 2 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Akaka Falls State Park

Hawaii

Here Are The Only 2 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Akaka Falls State Park

Could we make you a whole list of reasons why you should visit Hawaii’s lush Akaka Falls State Park? Sure, absolutely. But, we think you’ll be pretty convinced by just these 2 reasons… #1 You’ll find the park’s namesake waterfall, Akaka Falls, here!    If they founded the park because of this waterfall, chances are

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 17, 2016
5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Abandoned Old Koloa Sugar Mill

Hawaii

5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Abandoned Old Koloa Sugar Mill

#1 This Old Sugar Mill of Koloa has been around since 1835. It wasn’t an easy beginning for this mill found on the island of Kauai, though. William Ladd, Peter A. Brimsmade, and William Northey Hooper, founders of Ladd & Co., had a lot of difficulty establishing their mill. Although ancient Hawaiians were used to

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 21, 2016