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Leisure and travel;
Arizona Highways, July 2006
02 DEAR EDITOR
03 ALL WHO WANDER
04 VIEWFINDER Great photographers dispense pithy pearls.
05 TAKING THE OFF RAMP
08 THE HIGH LIFE by Brendan Leonard. Hardy hikers bag the land’s highest points - one county at a time.
20 HOME OF THE HEART by Kathleen Walker. Tohono O’odham friends teach a thoroughly modern writer and ancient truth. Illustrations by Daniel Fiedler
22 HOODOO HAUNTS by Gregory McNamee. Visit this bestiary of magical rock formations where the stone goblins fuse geology and myth. Photographs by Jack Dynkga
34 BURIED TWICE by Leo W. Banks. The Infamous El Tejano terrified Tucson, which plugged him, then covered him up.
38 SNAKY LOVE by Terry Greene Sterling. Radio Transmitter-equipped rattlers reveal their maternal instincts and strange mating habits. Photographs by Marty Cordano.
40 ALONG THE WAY Table tables and baby buttes: What’s in a name?
42 HIKE OF THE MONTH Easy Big Tank trail on the Arizona Strip connects to a 750-mile-long, state-length network.
44 BACK ROAD ADVENTURE Whistling elk, gleaming trout and vivid history enliven a White Mountain apache reservation drive.
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