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The Boys of Summer Are Back!

Can you feel it?!  Just a few short weeks until spring but it’s already starting in the Valley of the Sun.  One of the sure fire signs of a change in the seasons is the start of Spring Training and at Those Callaways, we are baseball fans.  For many years we’ve followed the sport and […]

February 23rd, 2017  |  Published in Activities, Events, Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Fossil Creek Wild and Scenic River

  Hiking along a flowing creek or wading in a natural spring of azure water under a cascading waterfall are actual activities possible in Arizona. Surrounded by dry desert yet alive with riparian flora and fauna, Fossil Creek is one of only two National Wild & Scenic rivers. Open all year, Fossil Creek is fed by Mogollon Rim springs […]

June 3rd, 2016  |  Published in Activities, Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


“24 Stunningly Beautiful Places In The Southwest You Need To Visit Before You Die”

BuzzFeed.com | 1.Monument Valley, Arizona. Monument Valley is one of the most iconic images of the Southwest […]

October 10th, 2014  |  Published in Activities, Let's Talk AZ, News and Numbers, The Great Outdoors


Grand Canyon National Park

  Grand Canyon, heard of it? Most of us have; it’s widely considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Did you know that there are many different ways of seeing all of the sights that the Grand Canyon National Park has to offer? You can hike it, raft it, drive it or […]

August 16th, 2012  |  Published in Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Gardening in the Valley of the Sun

Believe it or not, plants with spines and “prickly” in their names aren’t the only green things that grow in the desert. Hearty gardens are possible in the Southwest, the climate of which can support many different types of vegetables, herbs, flowering plants, succulents and fruit trees. The University of Arizona College of Agriculture and […]

July 23rd, 2012  |  Published in Landscaping, Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Swim, Fish and Boat on Saguaro Lake

  Photo: Saguaro Lake Near Phoenix / Kevin Dooley (via Arizona-Leisure.com)   Just 30 minutes east of Phoenix, Saguaro Lake was formed in 1930 by the Stewart Mountain Dam, flowing with the water from the Salt River. The towering saguaro cacti that dot the landscape along the 22 miles of shoreline give the lake its name. […]

July 13th, 2012  |  Published in Activities, The Great Outdoors


“A Piece of Paradise” at WD Ranch – Payson, AZ

    At about ten degrees cooler than Phoenix, Payson, AZ is only about an hour and a half north of the city. “Arizona’s Cool Mountain Town” is part of Arizona’s Rim Country, so named due to the overwhelming presence of the Mogollon Rim. Largely preserved as a natural forest, the Rim has an abundance […]

June 25th, 2012  |  Published in Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Meteor Crater – “World’s Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site”

Ever wonder what the Earth was like 50,000 years ago? Meteor Crater gives you the opportunity to look into the past. Also known as Barringer Meteroite Crater, the crater created when Earth was struck by an iron-nickel meteorite is widely viewed as the best preserved meteorite impact site in the world. Though the meteorite (known as the Canyon […]

June 23rd, 2012  |  Published in Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Free Falling at Skydive Arizona

  Flying through the air with the greatest of ease isn’t just for daring young people on the flying trapeze. Anyone can do it! At least anyone can fly through the air, the ease comes with practice. And practice you can, at Skydive Arizona™. As the world’s largest skydiving center, it boasts an average of […]

June 18th, 2012  |  Published in Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


Roosevelt Lake – “Arizona’s Best Boating Lake!”

  Photo: Bridge Over Roosevelt Lake / Alan Stark (via Arizona-Leisure.com)   When the desire to feel the sunshine on your skin overpowers the comfort of your couch, discover your dreams of outdoor adventure at Roosevelt Lake. Approximately 80 miles east of Phoenix, you can get out of the city and can beat the Arizona heat […]

April 30th, 2012  |  Published in Let's Talk AZ, The Great Outdoors


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