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March is Archaeology and Heritage Month in Arizona

Petroglyphs, a cryptic language of an ancient people, or clandestine religious symbols known only to the local shaman?  Or, perhaps just a mark etched on a rock for posterity, similar to writing a note or a letter to a loved … Continue reading

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Loop of the Ruins: a time travel adventure into prehistoric life

Little did you know, the vehicle you commute to work in is really a time machine.  On any day of the week you can slide into the driver’s seat, and in 90 minutes your adventure into an earlier time begins. … Continue reading

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Once upon a time, many millions of years ago . . .

. . . magma from deep within the bowels of the earth, emerged at the surface near a place now called Squaw Peak.  Lava, like water, seeks the lowest lying areas, and so it flowed downstream until it settled on … Continue reading

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