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"You know you live in Arizona when... no longer associate bridges or rivers with water."

Restaurant Review

On our trek around Northern Arizona a few weeks ago, we landed at Strombolli's right around dinner time. Driving can make you hungry, but so can not eating all day. We know this restaurant has been here for awhile, because we dined here a few years ago. And it was just as we remembered it -- Kind of okay.

Feature Article
Snowcapped Photography: Day 2
by Nick Coons

Try, try, try again, to get the picture that I want. After the cloud-cover of last week cleared away from Four Peaks, snowcapped mountain-tops were visible once again. And with two hours of free time, I was more prepared. This time, equipped with my still camera, video camera, binoculars, and two tripods, I decided to have some fun.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A Tucsonian was visiting New York for his first time. After site-seeing for quite some time, he was on his way home. While checking out of his hotel at the front desk, the clerk asked him, "So, what did you think of New York?"

"Well, the Statue Of Liberty was great, I rode on the subway for the first time, and I saw an exhilirating show on Broadway. But..."

"But what?," said the clerk.

"Well, I didn't get a good look at the Hudson River. It was always full of water.
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