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16 Part I: Introducing Arizona ߜ The Painted Desert: Petrified Forest National Park provides a good showcase for one of the West’s softer landscapes, with its delicate shades of pink, dun, and sienna. See Chapter 18. Best Places to Shop for Arts and Crafts Artisans and craftspeople flock to Arizona as much for the quality of light and natural beauty as for the relatively inexpensive rents. Their wares, along with the distinctive crafts made by Native American tribes, make Arizona a rich source of original American artwork.
Crowds are at their largest, which means lots of traffic, too. Spring Spring is special because . . ߜ The desert is usually a flowering wonderland. ߜ Room rates start to dip. But keep in mind that . . ߜ Temperatures begin to creep up; some days may be uncomfortably warm, and you may enjoy better weather in your hometown. ߜ Prices aren’t as low as they’re going to be in a few months. Summer Summer sizzles because . . ߜ You can try the resort of your dreams for rock-bottom rates, and fancy restaurants run summer specials.
S. Army tangled with the Apaches was to protect the region’s mining interests. Many of the gold-rushing ’49ers from the East never made it to California, instead lingering in the adjacent territory to try their luck. Silver and, eventually, copper turned out to be Arizona’s mother lodes, and Tombstone and Bisbee became the largest — and wildest — towns in the state. Things were a bit calmer to the north, where farmers in newly founded Phoenix irrigated fields using canals that had been dug by the Hohokam, and legislators argued over which town would be the capital of Arizona Territory (Prescott won).
Arizona For Dummies, 4th edition (Dummies Travel) by Edie Jarolim