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Take a video tour of Arivaca, Arizona

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Music courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store.
Song: Roadless
Artist: McKenzie Stubbert
Album: Pushplay Vol. 1

Tucson mini road trip – Destination Arivaca, Arizona

A fun little destination, not far from Tucson, is Arivaca, Arizona. It is a scenic drive. Frequented by bicyclists and bikers, and you will see them at a recommened first stop, the Gadsden Coffee Company. It is a local hang out too. And buy a coffee mug. We did. Gadsden’s Coffee is on the main road into the Arivaca townsite. Click here for more information on Arivaca.

Arivaca was originally a Tohono O’odham (Pima – Papago) Indian village. The Pima called it Al Wa:k or “place of small water or springs”. Later as a visita of Guevavi Mission, it was called Santa Gertrudis de Aribaca.

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Arizona Photographers – Moonlight Photo Safari in Southern AZ

Pygmy-Owl in Southern Arizona

Pygmy-Owl in Southern Arizona

Southern Arizona Moonlight Photo Safari – Photography, food , and overnight fun.

Mark your calendar for October 3 & 4. Enjoy comfortable indoor accomodations, delicious meals and Cactus Hugger’s Gallery Murray Bolesta slideshows, photo tips, handouts, bad puns, & undivided attention!

To benefit the Friends of Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge – (click for pics of facilities) and in association with Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refugefoto fandango” including evening & morning canyon forays and full-moon night photography at the fabulous Brown Canyon Education Center in the shadow of sacred Baboquivari Peak (just west of awesome Arivaca) bring your camera or come with a guitar and harmonica, and just enjoy!

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