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Just back from a trip to the Wallow Fire area. This is a video from US 191 just north of Hannagan Meadow.
Trekking to Tucson today with eds Kelly Anne Kramer and Kat Ritchie. TV interviews to talk about our August issue.
Send a photo of you & the magazine and we'll post online in Global Snapshots. This is my intern Molly in England.
I just had ice cream at the Sugar Bowl with 'Family Circus' cartoonist Bil Keane and editor Kelly Kramer.
So sad to hear about the passing of Tucson legend Dean Armstrong, who we featured in our June 2009 issue.
I love @azhighways so much that I promote it in my famiily room. OK, it's just temporary, but it looks kinda cool.
Here's our cover from February 1962, which celebrated the state's 50th anniversary.
Another lousy photo of a gorgeous place. I took this last week on the Bear Wallow Trail near Hannagan Meadow.
The photo quality sucks, but this shot gives a good sense of what I saw on the Aker Lake Trail last week.
Another shot from along the Woods Canyon Lake Trail. Easy hike. Great scenics.
A shot from last week's hike on the Woods Canyon Lake Trail. Just one of the trails in our upcoming hiking book.
On my way to Hannagan Meadow, I stopped and hiked the trail around Woods Canyon Lake. Easy hike, but gorgeous.
Although the Arcadia Tr. is open, wait a few months to hike it. Lots of cleanup needed after a harsh winter.
Lots of new growth in the burn area along the Arcadia Trail in Pinaleno Mtns.
I was hiking in the White Mountains yesterday, and saw what I presume was a prescribed burn near Big Lake.
Assoc. Ed. Kelly Kramer and I spent National Trails Day volunteering on the Arizona Trail.
One more shot from yesterday's hike on the Escudilla Trail, which has one of the best aspen groves in Arizona.
Another shot from yesterday's hike on the Escudilla Trail, which has one of the best aspen groves in Arizona.
Spring has sprung (or is at least springing) in the White Mountains. This shot was taken on the Escudilla Trail.
How long do you think this sign has been there?
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