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Cheyenne Reed

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These 5 Unique Restaurants in Arizona Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience

Arizona

These 5 Unique Restaurants in Arizona Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience

#1 Federal Pizza Don’t let their name fool you, this joint has a lot more to offer than cookie-cutter pizza like the chain companies we all know so well. And they’re no amateurs, either. If ever pizza was classy, its here. Feeling like something Hawaiian? Grab their Pineapple Express pizza, topped with Prosciutto, Pineapple, Calabrian chili

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 5, 2016
10 Stunning Photos That Will Remind You Why Arizona Is The Best State

Arizona

10 Stunning Photos That Will Remind You Why Arizona Is The Best State

If you’re from awesome Arizona, the memory card of your camera is probably full of pictures we could have used for this article! For those of you who are a little rusty, here are ten photos to remind you why Arizona is the absolute best! #1 The Grand Canyon is a natural wonder that you

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 4, 2016
7 Reasons Why The Entire Country Should Be Thankful for Arizona

Arizona

7 Reasons Why The Entire Country Should Be Thankful for Arizona

Those of you who live in the great state of Arizona know very well all of the awesome things is has to offer. For those of you who are just visiting or — *gasp* — have never been to this awesome state, prepare to be informed! Here are just 7 of the reasons that the

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 3, 2016
Here Are 8 Incredible Things To Do In Arizona That Won’t Cost You A Dime

Arizona

Here Are 8 Incredible Things To Do In Arizona That Won’t Cost You A Dime

Sometimes when you’re looking for something new and fun to do, it can seem like every activity out there costs an arm and a leg. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Read on to discover just a handful of the fun things to do in Arizona — and all for the great price

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 2, 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
You May Be Surprised to Learn These 5 Famous People Are From Arizona

Arizona

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

Everyone knows that Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, but you might not know that these 5 famous people call Arizona home, too! Though they all may not have been born in this great state, they moved there early on, and established successful lives there! #1 David Spade This funny guy, born in 1965, totally

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 1, 2016
5 Reasons You Can’t Miss This Beautiful Castle In Phoenix, Arizona

Arizona

5 Reasons You Can’t Miss This Beautiful Castle In Phoenix, Arizona

#1 Phoenix might be the last place you expect to find a castle, but it’s where you’ll find Tovrea Castle! Sitting gloriously atop the hill close to East Van Buren and 52nd Street, if you’re driving the Loop 202, you can’t miss the breathtaking view of this structure. It’s full name is Tovrea Castle at

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 29, 2016
6 Curious Things You Never Knew About This Famous Grand Canyon Disappearance

Arizona

6 Curious Things You Never Knew About This Famous Grand Canyon Disappearance

#1 Glen and Bessie Hyde met in California. Well, off the coast of California, on a ship heading to Los Angeles. Observers may have thought they seemed like an unusual couple. Glen was a simple farmer from Idaho, but, just before meeting Bessie, he had began to learn river running. With this new hobby, he

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 28, 2016
5 Crazy Hidden Treasures in Arizona That You Can’t Help Wanting To Look For

Arizona

5 Crazy Hidden Treasures in Arizona That You Can’t Help Wanting To Look For

#1 Cannon’s Diamonds Most people know that Arizona was a treasure trove of silver, ores, and gold just waiting to be found by the right lucky prospector, but it turns out, those weren’t the only options. Prospector Adolph Cannon, exploring Arizona in the twentieth century, was after a treasure of a different kind. He wasn’t

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 27, 2016
10 of the Strangest Hawaiian Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

Hawaii

10 of the Strangest Hawaiian Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

All over the continental U.S. you can find bizarre, dumb, and simply outlandish laws in any state if you take the time to look. As it turns out, Hawaii, one of only two detached states, is no exception. Here are 10 strange laws to keep in mind if you’re ever visiting the Aloha State. #1 Billboards

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 27, 2016
5 Cool Facts About This Huge Volcano In Hawaii That You Won’t Want To Miss

Hawaii

5 Cool Facts About This Huge Volcano In Hawaii That You Won’t Want To Miss

#1 This is the world’s largest dormant volcano! Referred to as East Maui Volcano by some people, Haleakala covers an incredible amount of land. In fact, it makes up seventy-five percent of the island of Maui itself, with the remaining twenty-five percent being comprised of another mountain: Mauna Kahalawai — also known as the West

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 26, 2016
6 Mysterious Facts You Never Knew About The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine In Arizona

Arizona

6 Mysterious Facts You Never Knew About The Lost Dutchman Gold Mine In Arizona

#1 The fabled Dutchman wasn’t really dutch… Though he did emigrate his home country to come to Arizona in the 1860’s, the fabled Dutchman did not, in fact, hail from Holland. Jacob Waltz, who would become the mysterious man behind the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine came to the southwest from Germany. Since many Americans also

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 26, 2016
5 Reasons You Wouldn’t Have Wanted To Live In This Dangerous Arizona Town

Arizona

5 Reasons You Wouldn’t Have Wanted To Live In This Dangerous Arizona Town

#1 The town of Canyon Diablo sprang up in 1882. It seems that the town may have been doomed from the start since it’s name literally translates to “Devil’s Canyon.” Regardless of its implications, the name came as a nod to the actual Canyon Diablo just nearby. At this point in history, the United States

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 25, 2016
5 Awesome Reasons To Check Out Canyon de Chelly National Monument

Arizona

5 Awesome Reasons To Check Out Canyon de Chelly National Monument

#1 Canyon de Chelly National Monument has become one of the most visited National Monuments in the United States. Some people even say that it can be as spectacular as the Grand Canyon itself! Established as part of the National Park Service in April of 1931, this monument is located in northeastern Arizona and covers a

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 23, 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