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Camping on Top of the Mogollon Rim

As spring comes full bloom in Arizona, the higher elevation areas are warming up for camping. While Arizona has no shortage of great views, sometimes they can be a challenge to find. In our experience, finding free disbursed camping here has been a tad bit more challenging than what we were used to in New York, not because they don’t

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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

Surrounded by mountains and pine, nestled in the Tonto national forest, lies one of the largest travertine bridges in the world, known as Tonto Natural Bridge. Natural bridges made of travertine are uncommon and a beautiful sight to see. The stalactites and stalagmites one usually pictures in the caverns below ground grace the walls, ceiling, and floor beneath the bridge.

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My First Backpacking Trip!

Since moving to Arizona, I’ve experienced a great love for nature. It started with little hikes and grew into camping. It didn’t take long for the desire to start backpacking to take hold of me. Unfortunately though, my navigation skills have been somewhat lacking, causing me to be careful and patient with this goal. About a week ago, Liam surprised

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Visiting Long Lake

During a brief trip to upstate New York, we happened upon a tiny gem of the Adirondacks. The town of Long Lake was named after the 14-mile long lake that rests besides it. It’s one of the original towns created in the expansive 6 million acres state forest, established in the 1830s. The town of Long Lake is one the

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