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Leisure and travel;
02 DEAR EDITOR
03 ALL WHO WANDER Paying the price for taking a stand.
04 VIEWFINDER A people photographer with a rare knack.
05 TAKING THE OFF-RAMP Explore Arizona oddities, attractions and pleasures.
08-21 IN SEARCH OF THE ANCIENT ONES
10 EXPLORING WOODS CANYON This Sedona-area wilderness hides its natural treasures well. Written and photographed by Larry Lindahl
16 VESTIGES OF HOMOL’OVI Archaeologists examine a Hope Indian outpost. By Craig Childs. Photographs by George Stocking
20 WHERE TO SEE INDIAN RUINS Eight places to discover the Native past. By Casey Lynch
22 PORTFOLIO Finding the Art in nature’s symmetries. Written and photographed by Gary Ladd
30 FRONTIER HERO SOLDIER An army captain risks his career by defying orders but prevents a massacre. By Leo W. Banks. Illustration by Rene Milot
34 A DAY WITH THE DEAD Families celebrate departed loved ones in a desert cemetery on Dia de los Muertos. By Sam Lowe. Photographs by David Zickl
40 ALONG THE WAY Expert finds a surprise searching for a coral snake.
42 BACK ROAD ADVENTURE Ganado to Window Rock. Follow a Navajo Indian route to a special place.
46 DESTINATION Tubac and Tumacacori. In the soft glow of luminarias, cultures mingle at Christmastime.
48 HIKE OF THE MONTH Packard Trail meanders the Land of the Sinagua Indians.
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