Southwestern High Desert Living & Travel: Recreation, real estate, commerce, & living in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, & Utah. The emphasis is on non-business sites. One of the unique things about this region is that there is both much tradition, and a lot of innovation. It is an area of tremendous variety and natural beauty. We have included sites about unusual methods of home construction, and unusual ways to do truck gardening with the normally alkaline soil. What kinds of foods grow here naturally that are delicious to eat? We tell you! We tell you about what it's like to live in the wilderness, where all you see for miles is cactus and creosote bush. We tell you about the beautiful parks and scenic areas. We show you with pictures.
A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Are Post World War II Subdivisions Worth Preserving?
This website includes photographs of Post World War II houses in Tempe, Arizona, as well as a paper in support of preserving Post World War II subdivisions. This website contains educational resources and suggested readings for Post World War II history, Post World War II architecture, and Arizona history.
Ghost Towns and other historical sites
Photos and travel descriptions of our journeys to ghost towns and other historical frontier, pioneer, native american indian, and mining sites, primarily in the American Southwest.
Rambling through the Deserts of the American Southwest
Come roam with us through the Deserts
of the American Southwest, primarily California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Scenic photography of Utah including pictures of National and State parks and monuments.
Saint George, Utah
An open directory and calendar for Saint George. Hundreds of links in Saint George and Washington County.