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Dec '18

The Cactus Who Needed a Hug

SUBMITTED BY: Ursula Kane     LOCATION: Goldfield Ghost Town, Arizone (2018) Fearlessly hugging a cactus that you know is incapable of hugging you back just might be the purest form of love. After seeing this cactus attempting to hug itself in the lonely Arizona desert, Ursula selflessly sprung into action. Thorns be damned. “He just looked […]

Jan '12

Red Rocks Puppet

SUBMITTED BY: Debra Furlong, Mike and Christine     LOCATION: Sedona, Arizona (2011) Dance for me, puppet! In the mystical New Age paradise of Sedona, Arizona, where crystals and “positive energy” is sold at every gas station, there’s a small prancing tribe of gnomes who will perform on command.

Dec '10

Grand Canyon Yoga

SUBMITTED BY: Lorie Zackin   LOCATION: Grand Canyon, Arizona  (1997) If you find exercising with Richard Simmons videos or the Wii Fit to be boring, stretching on the edge of the Grand Canyon can provide the ultimate adrenaline rush! Don’t try this at home (just in case the Grand Canyon is your home). (Tacky Tourist Disclaimer: […]

Oct '10

Mocking Frogs

SUBMITTED BY: Meg and Jack Keough    LOCATION: Sedona, Arizona (2003) Chances of this guy kissing the frog and meeting his prince? The body language says it all. (Meg Keough shares family vacation advice at Backpack to Buggy, a blog devoted to “Travel with the kids, not for the kids.” She’s extremely outspoken about the dangers […]

Oct '10

Reverse Illegal Immigration

SUBMITTED BY: Margaret Ramlow   LOCATION: Nogales, Mexico (2010) A feeble attempt by Americans to sneak across the Arizona border, blend in with the locals, and steal Mexican jobs. (Retired registered nurse Margaret Ramlow reviews movies and writes about nature and politics on her Arizona Buddy blog.)

Sep '10

The Grand Exit

SUBMITTED BY: John Lazik    LOCATION: Grand Canyon, Arizona (1998) John: “We found a spot where no one else was around and I noticed there was a significant amount of ground under the railing. The edge of the Canyon was a few feet away. We took a couple pictures until we had the shadows just […]