For the next few years, I will use this blog to post the top 100 places in Arizona I think that everyone should see and experience (myself included). I know that this has been done before, but this little experiment has a special meaning for me. I am an Arizona native, and for years I’ve struggled with this identity. You see, I love this beautiful state, its natural wildernesses and break-taking contrasts of topography, but I don’t always relate to the ideas around here nor all of the people.
That said, and even though I am a Native Arizonan, there are still dozens of places I’ve always wanted to visit but have yet to explore.
My goal is to post a short write-ups on a different places at least once a month–things that are uniquely Arizonan. I’m starting with places and things where I have been but then moving into uncharted territory.
Let’s do like ADOT suggests on those freeway signs: Slow down, enjoy Arizona.