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Nigel Reynolds, Courier Columnist

Nigel Reynolds is a Courier columnist writing about Amazing Places.

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Like most lakes in Arizona, Sullivan Lake is really a reservoir with a man-made dam. Back east, the Great Lakes are natural lakes, but most other American “lakes” are not — the ones on the Columbia, the Colorado, and more locally on the Salt and the Verde.

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This is my second article about the Granite Dells, but it won’t be the last.

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The Amazing Place for this fortnight is one that everyone has heard of — the GRAND CANYON.

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Today’s article is about the Spirit Hunter Petroglyphs, but it will be a meandering journey before we get there. Two weeks ago, I spent a weekend volunteering at Montezuma Well, as I had done in 2017 and 2018.

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This week my Amazing Place is actually an Amazing Insect, the second insect I’ve written about (the first was the bagworm on April 1, 2018).

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With all the rain and snow we’ve had recently, many of the area waterfalls are flowing heavily and well worth a visit, but don’t wait.

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Today we’ll take a hike, the Copper Falls hike.

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The Daily Courier’s article (Feb. 15) on the Dells and annexation plans by Arizona Eco Development (AED) raised several interesting issues.

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Unlike a fortnight ago, today’s Amazing Place is easy for everyone to get to.

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Today’s article is about the grave of Isaac Bradshaw. Some of you may have heard about this grave, and a few may have visited it.

By Nigel Reynolds, Courier Columnist February 16, 2019

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