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The People’s History of El Norte painted by students in Las Vegas NM photo Steve Collins
New Mexico Sunday drives Forked Lightening Ranch Pecos National Historical Park photo Steve Collins
Visiting historic Bisbee AZ- Main Street, Bisbee, photo Billie Frank
Classical Gas Museum is one of the is one of the New Mexico attractions it took us a while to get to photo Steve Collins
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The retro "Cocktails" sign was spotted at the Hotel Monte Vista Flagstaff AZ photo Billie Frank
The 2016 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid at Suguaro National Park, Tucson AZ photo Hyundai Motor America
"Comida Chingona" by Phoenix mural attist Moisesi s one of the many mural done by local artists in the parking lot at Barrio Cafe one of the many good Mexican restaurants in Phoenix AZ' photo Billie Frank
Tractor on old Route 66 in Oklahoma, photo Steve Collins
The deco entrance sign, welcomes you to the Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix AZ photo Steve Collins
The no-frills enterance at El Guero Canelo the place to get a Sonoran hot dogTucson AZ photo Billie Frank
Lowrider mural in the parking lot behind at Barrio Cafe, Phoenix by Chicano artist Lalo Cota, photo Billie Frank
Overlooking red rocks - the view from Che-Ah-Chi at Enchantment Resort Sedona AZ,,Mark Boisclair , courtesy Enchantment Resort
explore Flagstaff Arizona - One of the ever-changing views from Grand Canyon South Rim, photo Billie Frank
Retablo at Mission San Xavier del Bac, photo Steve Collins
The Inn at 410 Bed & Breakfast on Leroux Street is a Craftsman former home offering 10 rooms and suites Flagstaff AZ, photo/ourtesy The Inn at 410
Detail of the canyon bottomDetail of red rocks from the bittom of Palo Duro Camyon in Palo Duro Canton State Park near Amari;llo Texas, the second largest cacnyon in the USA from inside Palo Duro Camyon in Palo Duro Canton State Park near Amari;llo Texas, the second largest cacnyon in the USA
Frank Lloyd Writht entertained famous people from all over the worls in the great room at his winter headquarters Taliesin West. Scottsale AZ now home to the Frank Lloyd Writhg Foundation. Photo Billie Frank