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...your house is made of stucco and has a red clay tile roof."

Restaurant Review
El Sol Bakery

You wouldn't know this by driving past, even if you could spot it while moving, but El Sol seems to be a popular place with lots of vibrant colors and very good food. I walked in only 20 minutes ago to place my order and it was empty. As I'm writing this, the cafe is nearly packed as the lunch rush begins.

Feature Article
Let It Snow, Rain, Pour, etc.
by Nick Coons

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past two weeks, you know that we've received a huge amount of rain recently, you know that Oak Creek in Sedona has quickly risen from 2-feet in depth to 16-feet closing down the bridge and Tlaquepaque, and you know that the Salt River is again flowing. And the best thing about all of this -- I predicted it.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A pair of tourists were out in the fields when they discovered an abandoned well near an old farm house. Of course they're curious so they drop a small stone into the well, but they never hear it hit bottom. They search and find a larger rock and drop it into the well but once again hear nothing. They decide they need something larger and search the farm yard for a larger object. After much struggle, they manage to drag a large railroad tie to the edge of the well and drop it over the edge.

After several seconds, a goat tears across the yard and without any hesitation, dives right into the open hole. The two tourists stand in amazement. About a minute later, a farmer appears and tells them he is looking for a lost goat. The tourists tell the farmer about the goat diving into the well.

"That couldn't be my goat", the farmer replies, "My goat was grazing in the field roped to a railroad tie!"
(more jokes...)

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