I was confused. Surely we missed the trail junction, as I remembered it from the last time we hiked here in 2009.
I left off last time heading east on the Cam-boh Trail toward the Ironwood Forest Trail. This was the only segment where I encountered another trail user, an equestrian at the intersection with the Golden Gate Multi-use Trail.
Teaching anything comes with a bit of trial and error, knowing that you’ve got a good education on what you’re trying to teach, decent communication skills and a plan of action that will get the points you’re trying to make across.
My last column covered a hike to the summit of Mormon Mountain through a mixed conifer forest. Today’s hike is in the Sonoran Desert. Arizona = Variety!
Becoming a professional tennis player is a daunting task, and we have a local player who is doing his best to round that corner.
As the Cardinals prepare to host undefeated Philadelphia this Sunday, few fans remember that in 1984, the Eagles almost flew the coop to Phoenix.
It’s once again the perfect time of year to get out and play some tennis and the perfect opportunity to enjoy one-another’s company on the courts at our annual “PATA Park of Fame Tennis Clinic” which will be held this coming Sunday (Oct. 9 ) from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Yavapai College Tennis facility.
As you may recall, last time I was hurtling down the road out of Grapevine Canyon on a mountain bike in a hail storm, trying to beat the rising waters of Big Bug Creek to avoid being trapped on the wrong side of the Creek at best or swept away in an attempt to cross at worst.
Tonight at the Laver Cup held in London, the one and only Roger Federer will conclude his illustrious tennis career beside his formidable rival, friend and in this situation, doubles partner, Rafa Nadal.
The Yavapai College women’s soccer team is back at home this weekend when it plays host to Chandler-Gilbert Community College at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Mountain Valley Park, 8600 E. Nace Lane, in Prescott Valley.
We have a group of juniors from Northern Arizona, two teams to be exact, that won their sectional divisions which allows them to represent our SW Section at the Nationals which will be in Orlando Florida, Oct. 5 to 9.
The end of a long illustrious career is always tough for not only the player, but the fans who have been through their journey as well.
I first completed the Circle Trail in September 2007, though it was not, in fact, officially completed then. Since then, it has undergone significant changes.