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Restaurant Review
Javelina Cantina

We were here about a month and a half ago while visiting one of our well-known favorite places up north and were lucky enough to have dinner with a few friends during the visit. This restaurant is like most other popular dining areas on a Saturday night -- packed. Luckily, we had reservations, which I'd recommend during peak times.

Feature Article
Glass Photography
by Nick Coons

I'm working with a company that manufacturers various glass products, and I was up in Sedona this past weekend helping them with their photography. As you can see by going to the Photo Gallery on this site, we've taken quite a few landscape photos around the state. This has been a hobby of mine for awhile, and I enjoy tweaking the camera to make the lights and colors come out just right. But I ran into a couple of minor difficulties this time. The first was interesting. Glass is clear -- How do you take it's picture?

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

The eastern, lady who was all ready to take a horseback ride, said to the cowboy, "Can you get me a nice gentle pony?"

"Sure," said the cowboy. "What kind of a saddle do you want, English or Western?"

"What's the difference?" asked the lady.

"The western saddle has a horn on it," said the cowboy.

"If the traffic is so thick here in the mountains that I need a horn on my saddle, I don't believe I want to ride."
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