Refer a friend to the Arizona Paths Newsletter:
"You know you live in Arizona when...
...you think six tons of crushed rock makes a beautiful yard."
Cupid's Hot Dogs
If you're in the mood for a 50's diner, this is the place to go. Recommended heavily by Kim and Don of Culinary Confessions (on 1310 KXAM in Phoenix), you'll love the variety, as they are more than just hot dogs.
by Nick Coons
Prospecting started in Arizona on a widespread during the Gold Rush in the mid-1800s, as people raced out to the southwest looking to strike it rich. The trend of individuals heading for the hills and looking for gold individually has declined tremendously since then and large businesses have taken over mining. But there are still those that like to head out looking for gold, sometimes using today's technology.
Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week
A potato baked in the coals for one hour makes an excellent side dish. A potato baked in the coals for three hours makes an excellent hockey puck.
When camping, always wear a long-sleeved shirt. It gives you something to wipe your nose on.
Modern rain suits made of fabrics that "breathe" enable campers to stay dry in a downpour. Rain suits that sneeze, cough and belch, however, have been proven to add absolutely nothing to the wilderness experience.
Lint from your navel makes a handy fire starter. Warning: Remove lint from navel before applying the match.
You can duplicate the warmth of a down-filled bedroll by climbing into a plastic garbage bag with several geese.
The canoe paddle, a simple device used to propel a boat, should never be confused with a gnu paddle, a similar device used by Tibetan veterinarians.
Take this simple test to see if you qualify for solo camping. Shine a flashlight into one ear. If the beam shines out the other ear, do not go into the woods alone.