Tony Duncan @ the Cave Creek Museum in AZ Sunday March 10
Cave Creek Museum 1880 Stamping Mill
Cave Creek, AZ
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By Daniel Rose
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Javelinas at Cave Creek Regional Park
Javelinas at Cave Creek Regional Park enjoying a cool moment at the local watering hole.
Lost Dutchman and Cave Creek Camping
We love Camping in Arizona!
Running with the Bulls - Cave Creek, AZ
Too many runners and not enough Bull.
Rancho Manana Resort By Diamond Resorts Hotel - Cave Creek, Arizona
Rancho Manana Resort By Diamond Resorts 3 Stars Hotel in Cave Creek, Arizona Within US Travel Directory A short walk from the Rancho Manana Golf Club, this Arizona resort offers comfortably furnished accommodations and a year-round outdoor pool complete with a sun terrace and loungers.
Featuring a full kitchen and laundry facilities, suites at the Rancho Manana Resort include a flat-screen TV with cable. In the living room, guests can relax on the plush seating in front of a wood-burning fireplace.
Boasting views of the surrounding mountains and golf course, the Rancho Manana Resort offers a courtyard equipped with an outdoor fireplace and ample seating. BBQ facilities are provided. Free Wi-Fi is available in the lobby and for a surcharge in guest rooms.
Restaurants and art galleries are available in Cave Creek city centre just a few steps from the resort. The Cave Creek Museum is a short walk away.
Shea Blvd to Sunnyslope, Phoenix, Arizona, Cactus Rd, Cave Creek & Hatcher Rd, 1 July 2018 GP020392
Shea Boulevard to Sunnyslope, Phoenix, Arizona, Cactus Rd, Cave Creek & Hatcher Rd, 1 July 2018 GP020392
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1:42 10447 N 21st Pl, Phoenix, AZ
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4:06 30th St
4:10 Shea Patio Villas
4:18 31st St
4:18 Maricopa Adult Probation Department, 3101 E Shea Blvd, Phoenix superiorcourt.maricopa.gov
4:20 Shea Professional Plaza
4:22 Truffle Aroma, 3101 E Shea Blvd trufflearoma.com
4:25 Tap House Kitchen
4:26 Standard, Gas Station
4:39 7 Eleven
4:46 Shea Plaza, Bashas', Walgreens, Goodyear
4:50 Leslie's Pool Supplies
5:00 Extra Space Storage
05:24 32nd St
5:43 Summer Lane
5:55 At Home, 12025 32nd St athome.com
6:04 Church's Chicken
7:27 Cactus32 Flowers, 3150 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix cactus32flowers.com
8:02 Smoke House Bar & Grill
8:20 Streets of New York Pizza, 3120 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix streetsofnewyork.com
8:28 Arizona Motorcycle Service
8:30 Renegade Classics
8:32 State Farm
8:54 29th St
9:14 E Cactus Rd
09:51 Disco Accident Law
9:53 City of Phoenix, Valley Metro Bus, 5063
9:57 138 To ASU West
10:13 23rd St
10:28 Cobblestone Plaza
10:29 Carolina's Mexican Food - Cactus, 2126 E Cactus Rd, Phoenix carolinasmexicanfood.com
10:38 Circle K
11:07 Cave Creek Rd
11:10 The Home Depot
11:16 Complete Car Care Experts
11:19 Reign Thai
11:30 Mountain Vault
11:49 Rondo Pools
11:52 Elliott's Auto Electric, 11510 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix elliottsautoelectric.com
12:05 Rare Scarf Vintage Clothing, 11428 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix rarescarfvintage.com
12:08 Ammo & Accessories
12:10 XCaliber Guns
12:16 Eurocar Center Inc
12:17 Barrett's 1-Day Service
12:19 Then Again AZ Furniture and Collectibles, 11222 N Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix
12:22 Lefty's Collision Center
12:24 Michael's Collision CARSTAR
12:32 Sun Valley Masonry Maintenance
12:38 Valley Mini Storage
12:41 Motorcycle Garage
12:42 Desert Cove
12:44 Arizona Benefits Authority, Inc.
12:46 Economy Self Storage
12:51 Knobby's Lounge
12:52 Sun Valley Masonry, Inc
12:52 Beck's Independent Porsche Shop
12:55 Hobaica Services
12:58 Evelyn's Cleaning Services
13:00 Big Daddy's Off Track Betting
13:04 Circle K
13:05 Big Daddy's Sports Lounge
13:13 Cave Creek
13:38 North Mountain Church
13:46 Helping Hand Auto & Marine
13:52 Mighty Automotive
13:53 Big Time Threads
13:57 USA Collision
13:58 AZ Auto Sales & Services
13:59 Antique Outpost Antiques & Collectables
14:02 Outdoor Storage & Loan
14:03 Outdoorsmans, Guns
14:11 North Phoenix Self Storage
14:16 Jaber's Auto Sales
14:26 J & M Imports
14:46 Prime Auto Sales
14:53 C3 Auto Sales
Certified Clean Cars Auto Sales
9650 Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, Arizona C3AUTOS.com
0:15:08 K-Way Auto Sales
15:15 Fry's Food & Drug, Chase
16:17 7th St
16:19 Bank of America
16:29 Sunnyslope Historical Society Museum
16:33 Sunnyslope Village
16:38 U-Haul Custom Hitches
16:53 Andy's Collision Center
17:21 10th St
17:24 1A-Power Motores LLC
17:31 La Luz Del Mundo
17:57 E Hatcher Rd
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18:20 Reid & Reid
18:26 13th Pl
18:27 Red Umbrella Lady
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18:49 1445 E Hatcher Rd, Phoenix, Arizona
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21:58 15th Pl
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22:51 Norton Park, 1224 E Hatcher Rd, Phoenix phoenix.gov
0:23:44 Cave Creek
0:24:19 Fry's Gas Station
0:24:36 8th St
0:24:49 Advance Auto, Complete Auto Repair & Rental
0:25:47 7th St
0:26:00 Palmilla Apartments
The Sunnyslope community is an established neighborhood within the borders of the city of Phoenix, Arizona. The geographic boundaries are 19th Avenue to the west, Cactus Road to the north, 16th Street to the east, and Northern Avenue to the south
CHASM CREEK Inspiration: 10 Stamp Mill, The Golden Mine, Cave Creek AZ
This is the actual 10-stamp mill used at the Golden Reef Mine in the Cave Creek Mining District in the 1890s. A smaller model in the museum was the inspiration for some of the setting for my novel CHASM CREEK. I imagined the mill would sound like a heartbeat. After my novel was sold, they finished reconstructing and I was able to see it in operation and listen to it.
2011-10 Phoenix Museum
I visited my best friend in Phoenix Arizona. We went to the Phoenix Museum.
Colossal Cave: Wild Cave Tour
The Wild Cave Tour at Colossal Cave Mountain Park in Pima County, Arizona is a truly memorable experience. If tight squeezes, narrow ledges and crevasses are your thing, this tour is for you. For the less adventurous, Colossal Cave has a brilliant walking tour which showcases the amazing formations and rooms in this unique cave.
Here is a highlight film showing the diversity of Colossal Cave. From the easy going walking tour, to the advanced Wild Cave experience, Colossal Cave has something for everyone.
Be sure to visit other local Tucson attractions, including the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Old Tucson, Pima Air and Space Museum, Kino Sports Complex, and a plethora of convenient hiking and biking options throughout Pima County.
The Queen Creek Tunnel lookout within the Superstition mountains, west of San Carlos, AZ.
A stop on our road trip home. Among one my favorite scenic drives within the bounds of metro Phoenix and my Tribal homeland of the San Carlos Apache Nation (I like the way Nation sounds and feels. I prefer it to the reservation, which sounds grim and repressed. The word reservation, in my opinion, carries a dark stigma of poverty in the tribes mental, social, emotional, spiritual, as well as economical mindset. So I took it upon myself to borrowed from the great Navajo Nations, which in my opinion is a a proud, united, strong and prideful tribe, such as my tribe). is the The Queen Creek Tunnel lookout.
Black History in Southern Arizona
Most people may not associate Southern Arizona with black history, but a group of people are working to change that. From the first non-native to ever come to the southwest, to the role Buffalo Soldiers played in settling the state, Arizona has been influenced and shaped by people of African descent for nearly 500 years.
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Videographers: Nate Huffman, Steve Riggs, Andrew Brown
Most modern pop culture stems from a cave - in Arizona | Ignite Phoenix #18
From The Avengers and Avatar to Star Wars and Superman, most of modern pop culture stems from a cave in the Arizona hills, where a Virginia gentleman was mystically transported to the red planet of Mars. For over 100-years the John Carter stories of Edgar Rice Burroughs have inspired and influenced countess artists, authors and scientists -- the architects of today's popular culture. I'll explain how the television, movies, books and comics we enjoy today are all connected to that Arizona cave.
Presenter: Bob Leeper
Biography: A lifelong Edgar Rice Burroughs fan, I love the connection John Carter of Mars has to Arizona. Over the years I've realized how Burroughs influenced our culture and I was frustrated when the John Carter film was discounted as a ˜rip-off of Star Wars. Since then I've tried to teach people the connection between Burroughs and modern popular works.
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Mesa Historical Museum
The Mesa Historical Museum - The museum's buildings are in fact the museum's largest artifacts. The main museum building was built in 1914 for use as the Lehi School. Learn the history of Jones Town, Lehi, and Mesa. Just across the street from the Museum was old Fort Utah, built to protect the people from the Apache Indians in the 1870's and 80's. This Museum is a must visit.
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Marshall Trimble, Arizona's official state historian, brings to light the true story of skull cave.
Learn more from Marshall Trimble:
Arizona Outlaws and Lawmen: Gunslingers, Bandits, Heroes and Peacekeepers (True Crime)
Arizona Oddities: Land of Anomalies and Tamales (American Legends)
Roadside History of Arizona (Roadside History Series)
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Exploring the Mysteries and Stories of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona with the help of the Superstition Mountain Museum
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Sonoran Desert Dr.
My 1st drive on the newly completed Sonoran Desert Dr., Cave Creek AZ.
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The Native Indians Village Supai, The American Indian Tribes of Arizona
Although the Grand Canyon in Arizona is one of the most visit-able and popular destinations, it still has its secrets. One of these is the Indian Village Supai or Havasupai located at the bottom of Havasu Canyon, possibly the most isolated village in the United States. The Havasupai people are an American Indian tribe who have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least the past 800 years and is the smallest Indian Nation in America, with about 600 people, This native american language speak Yuman. Havasu means “blue-green water” and pai “people”. The village has been inhabited by the Havasupai since A.D. 1300.
Tourism is the main source of revenue for the Havasupai tribal people. The town receives more than 20,000 visitors per year. The Tribe charges for entering its land, and visitors are required to reserve either a room at their lodge, or space at the campground for grand canyon camping. In the village of Supai itself has a store, cafe, lodge and museum for tourists. Havasupai Museum of Culture displays the history, native american culture, art and traditions of the Havasupai as well as hosts social gatherings, such as dance, feasts, art fairs and native american music festivals.
Havasupai Trail is the only trail to Supai. The trailhead is at Hualapai Hilltop, Arizona (located at the end of BIA Road 18), where there is a large parking lot, a helipad and portable toilets. The trail can be traveled by foot or horseback. Alternatively, transportation by helicopter is periodically available. As a means of survival, the tribal people has turned to tourism, attracting thousands of people annually to its streams and waterfalls.
Havasu Falls is located 2.4 km from Supai. It consists of one main chute that drops over a 27 to 30 meters vertical cliff into a large pool. Due to the high mineral content of the water, the configuration of the falls is ever-changing and sometimes breaks into two separate chutes of water. The falls are known for their natural pools, created by mineralization, although the configuration of the falls and the pools are damaged or destroyed repeatedly by large floods that wash through the area. High calcium carbonate concentration in the water creates the vivid blue-green color and forms the natural travertine dams that occur in various places near the falls. Havasu Creek is the life blood of the Havasupai tribe and their main source of tourism revenue.
Mooney Falls, The Falls are located 2.25 miles from Supai, just past the campgrounds. The trail leads to the top of the falls, where there is a lookout/photograph area that overlooks the 210-foot canyon wall that the waterfall cascades over. In order to gain access to the bottom of the falls and its pool, a very rugged and dangerous descent is required. Extreme care and discretion for the following portion is required; it is highly exposed and should not be attempted when the weather and/or conditions are not suitable.
Photo Credit Jon Roig
Photo Credit Jon Roig
Photo Credit Jon Roig
Photo Credit Jon Roig
Photo Credit Jeremy Stapleton
Photo Credit Al_HikesAZ
Photo Credit Al_HikesAZ
Distances from village to various places. Photo Credit Jon Roig
Havasu Falls. Photo Credit zphaze
Havasu Creek below Mooney Falls on way to Beaver Falls. Photo Credit Al_HikesAZ
Photo Credit zphaze
Mind Blowing Hidden Cave in the Grand Canyon
This cave is hidden in the heart of the Grand Canyon , Arizona. The only way to get to this cave is by taking a raft down the Colorado River and climbing into the cave through a waterfall. Enjoy my footage of my family exploring the cave. arizonafpv.com