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Arizona Highways, June 2006
02 DEAR EDITOR
03 ALL WHO WANDER Monument Valley awaits the return of the gods.
04 VIEWFINDER Navajo photographer LeRoy DeJolie shares his legacy.
05 TAKING THE OFF RAMP Explore Arizona oddities, attractions.
08-15 NAVAJOLAND MYSTERY TOUR
08 A MAN OF MYSTERIES by Rachel Dickinson A war, a healing and a string of best-selling detective novels connect author Tony Hillerman to Navajoland. Photographs by LeRoy DeJolie.
10 GUIDE TO HILLERMAN COUNTRY by Pauly Heller Track fictional Navajo Policeman Jim Chee from one great place to visit on the reservation to the next.
16 PEAK MOMENT by Bill Broyles. The Tucson Mountains inspire an odd compulsion in a frong-porch sitter. Photographs by Jack Dykinga
22 PORTFOLIO: FLOWERS AND THORNS Cacti show their softer side as seasons change in the desert. Written and photographed by john P. Schaefer
30 HELL OF A STATE by Gregory McNamee. Names with a whiff of brimstone get stuck on some heavenly scenery.
32 NERVOUS NELLIE ON THE EDGE by Robin N. Clayton. A single mother discovers courage and coolness perched on the North Rim. Photographs by Gary Ladd
40 BEARLY BRAVE by Stan Cunningham. A biologist sneaks into dens, armed with courage and a can of pepper spray for confidence.
43 ALONG THE WAY Wild things drive a wildlife photographer wild.
44 BACK ROAD ADVENTURE A 27-mile ramble to Camp Wood skirts history and plunges into solitude.
46 HIKE OF THE MONTH Fish-loving, camera-snapping, sheep-watching hikers face tough choices along the East Fork of the Black River.
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