Travel & Adventure

Sometimes you have to get out of town.
A Journey through Thailand

A Journey through Thailand

After one year of planning, saving, and anticipation, ten women – nine from Prescott and one from Colorado (see group photo above) – headed off on what would become an amazing two-week journey.  After a 30-hour journey from PHX > LAX > HKG > CNX), our first stop was Chiang Mai, in the mountains of northern Thailand. 

“Out of Africa” comes to life at Camp Verde wildlife park

“Out of Africa” comes to life at Camp Verde wildlife park

Dean and Prayeri Harrison opened their Out of Africa Wildlife Park in May 2005 in Camp Verde after originating in Fountain Hills back in 1988. Some of the wild animals now have room to run up and down hills on more than 104 acres of the Upper Sonoran Desert at an elevation of 3,400 feet. The park is home to 86 species including 42 mammals, 27 reptiles and 17 birds.

There’s nothing like the holiday tradition of touring Christmas lights

There’s nothing like the holiday tradition of touring Christmas lights

For almost as long as people have owned cars, they’ve been driving around to view Christmas lights from the comfort of their vehicles, often with hot chocolate and cookies in hand. Once your parents treat you to this holiday tradition, you’re likely to carry it on for the rest of your life to rekindle those warm childhood holiday memories.

Save the Dells

Save the Dells

The Granite Dells. They’re one of the things that really define Prescott; a wild and free landscape like our city’s grandmothers found when they came here a century ago.

What will our town become if there are hundreds of homes, miles of new roads, and a huge resort in the heart of the Dells? That’s a question that keeps me up at night. It’s why I volunteer full-time for Save the Dells.