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Be Fit Fit /Features/Blogs/Be Fit Fit
Life in the Slow Lane /Features/Blogs/Life in the Slow Lane
Sedona Pathways...our daily journal /Features/Blogs/Sedona Pathways...our daily journal
Skull Valley Musings /Features/Blogs/Skull Valley Musings
The 48th State…in photographs /Features/Blogs/The 48th State…in photographs
Verde Heritage /Features/Blogs/Verde Heritage
Western Light /Features/Blogs/Western Light
Whimsical Musings /Features/Blogs/Whimsical Musings
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Verde Heritage 1968: Loving Care Preserves Purtymun Cabin

Sedona Westerners visit the Purtymun Homestead.

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Sedona Pathways Our Daily Journey: Perceptions

It was kind of a different day and rather relaxed … friend over for a short visit early afternoon, a trip to the outside world with One and then a little road trip, destination unknown … when I got there I was in the Sedona Community Cemetery and took a trip through looking for some friends sites.

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Western Light: Slot Canyons

Slot canyons are a distinctly Southwestern phenomena (although they do occur in other places around the world).

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VERDE HERITAGE 1968: PECK'S LAKE PROJECT

"Operation Mainstream" provided the whole community with a recreation area.

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VERDE HERITAGE 1927: CLARKDALE; New Concentrator Recovers Elusive Ores.

The new building at the United Verde Copper Company smelter houses the concentration plant.

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VERDE HERITAGE: VERDE VALLEY FAIR

The first fair was at the Cottonwood park with exhibits in the Cottonwood Community Club House.

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Western Light: Fire night

Cactus are the most remarkable of plants.

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Be Fit Fit! Volunteering Magic Hands

Multiple times a year, I participate in long-distance endurance races.

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VERDE HERITAGE 1917-1924: COTTONWOOD PROGRESSIVE ASSOCIATION

The old organization was dissolved then the new organization was formed on Tuesday, April 15, 1924.

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Western Light: Vultures

The vultures are back. Every spring we see them drifting lazily through our skies, wagging their wings on the breezes.