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Cheyenne Reed

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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
10 Movies Where You’ve Seen Monument Valley

Arizona

10 Movies Where You’ve Seen Monument Valley

If you haven’t been living under a rock (see what I did there?), there’s a 99% chance that you’re familiar with Arizona’s Monument Valley. It’s one of the most photographed landmarks in the United States! It’s a pretty popular backdrop for western films, but it’s made some other, more unique, appearances, too. Check them out!

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 7, 2016
10 Reasons You Should Visit Alamo Lake State Park

Arizona

10 Reasons You Should Visit Alamo Lake State Park

#1 Alamo Lake State Park is tucked away in the Bill Williams River Valley. You’ll find it where the Big Sandy River and the Santa Maria Rivers meet. #2 It was created as a result of the Alamo damn in 1968. The purpose of the earthen damn, created by the Army Corps of Engineers, was to

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedMay 24, 2016
5 Reasons Why This Unbelievable Grand Canyon Caverns Room Is The Best Place to Spend a Night in Arizona

Arizona

5 Reasons Why This Unbelievable Grand Canyon Caverns Room Is The Best Place to Spend a Night in Arizona

All across the world, there are locations that claim to have the coolest place to spend a night. But did you know that the coolest place to stay a night can actually be found right here in Arizona? #1 The Grand Canyon Caverns have the coolest room we’ve ever seen! Or, well, haven’t seen… at least

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 29, 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
10 Pictures That Show Sedona is Basically the Most Beautiful Place Ever

Arizona

10 Pictures That Show Sedona is Basically the Most Beautiful Place Ever

#1 Sedona is what you might call a ~big deal~. Is this field of flowers not unrealistically beautiful? It probably isn’t fair for Sedona to set standards like this. #2 They’re known for their unique red rocks. Can we just pause and appreciate how they glow in the sunlight? #3 There’s as much green as

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedApr 22, 2016
The Top Five Exciting Things To Check Out in Flagstaff

Arizona

The Top Five Exciting Things To Check Out in Flagstaff

#1 Lowell Observatory Lowell is one of the oldest observatories in the United States — they were established in 1894! Of course, they’ve grown plenty since then. In 1965 they were designated as a National Historic Landmark, and in 2011 TIME magazine named them one of “The World’s 100 Most Important Places.” One of Lowell

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJun 7, 2016
4 Unbelievable Facts About This Impressive Castle in Arizona

Arizona

4 Unbelievable Facts About This Impressive Castle in Arizona

#1 Would you believe us if we told you this castle was built by a dentist? As strange as it sounds, it’s true! Clearly, Dr. Mort Copenhaver wasn’t your average run-of-the-mill dentist, though. Ever since seeing a castle in a movie as a child, he became fascinated with the idea of living in one himself.

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedJul 12, 2016
These 5 Bed and Breakfasts In Hawaii Are Perfect for A Getaway

Hawaii

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

When you’re feeling in need of a relaxing getaway, how often is the mental image of a sandy beach with refreshing blue waters and warm golden sun called to mind? What better place to find such a setting than in gorgeous Hawaii! This tropical paradise is just what you need to feel rejuvenated. Stay at

Cheyenne ReedCheyenne ReedAug 17, 2016