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    Arid Adaptations Nursery
    Founded in 2012, Arid Adaptations is a local nursery specializing in cactus, succulents and caudiciforms. We also feature many plants that are frost and heat hardy--ideal for Arizona landscapes.

    We have been growing plants in Tucson since 1992. The last ten years were at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum as a horticulturist in the botany department. As our personal plant collection began growing out of hand, it became obvious that a nursery was the only answer. With six greenhouses, 50,000 plants, lots of dogs, 15 chickens, turtles, and great landscaping we have a wonderful oasis in the desert.
    Arid Adaptations also offers consultation, potted installations and design services.
    Arizona Zipline Adventures
    Welcome to Arizona Zipline Adventures

    Book your online reservation and come out to zipline on Southern Arizona's longest zipline span. Work through engaging team-building activities, hike on our trails, enjoy the breathtaking views and experience the beautiful Sonoran Desert in a way that has not been done before.

    We offer light hiking trails, gold panning, teambuilding activities, and a Zipline EcoTour. Our Zipline EcoTour allows you to zip on 5 different spans ranging in length from 400 to 1,500 ft. and lasts approximately 2 hours.

    We are situated on the northeast side of the Catalina Mountains in an area that borders the Sonoran and Chihuahan Deserts. We are just off of Mt. Lemmon Road in an area that boasts a rich history

    GPS Coordinates: N 32 degrees 33.108' ​W 110 degrees 42.534'
    Bear Mountain Lodge
    Bear Mountain Lodge is a tranquil oasis on the edge of the New Mexico wilderness, the ideal choice for quiet relaxation or unforgettable adventure. Bear Mountain Lodge offers refined and restful accommodations in breathtaking surroundings, with easy access to hiking, cycling, horseback riding, birdwatching, nature study and wilderness.

    178 secluded acres, are nestled against the immense grandeur of the Gila National Forest. We are minutes from the heart of Silver City, boyhood home of Billy the Kid and today an Arts and Culture District of New Mexico. Our Historic Lodge, fully restored and lovingly maintained, features inviting common areas, a dining room serving breakfast and dinner, a well-stocked library, and eleven comfortable guest rooms with modern amenities. We are home to Blue Dome Gallery,

    There are no televisions at Bear Mountain Lodge. We provide free wireless Internet. Please, no smoking in any of the buildings We have cell phone coverage. Complimentary breakfast is included, and bag lunches are available by prior arrangement. Artwork and sculpture throughout the Lodge and grounds may be purchased through Blue Dome Gallery. We have 3.7 miles of marked trails that connect to the extensive trail network of the adjacent Gila National Forest. Our 6,250' elevation means generally cooler, drier weather and those spectacular New Mexico skies.
    Beast Brewing Company
    The mountains are calling and I must drink beer.
    At Beast Brewing, we pride ourselves on running an environmentally conscious facility. Much of our equipment was converted and re-purposed giving it new life. For example, two of our fermentation tanks were formally dairy tanks. We use old fermentation tanks to harvest rainwater & capture waste water, which we run through our heat exchanger when we are brewing to help cool our beer. This allows us to save 3,000 gallons of water per month. We are looking to expand our efforts by incorporating another tank we own which would allow us to save 6,000 gallons per month and to cool the beer entirely without the use of city water. Beast Brewing also donates our spent grain to local farmers.

    We are a family and dog friendly facility. The taproom features comfortable seating, flat screen televisions and entertainment. The taproom is available for parties & events. Brewery tours are offered. We have a patio in the front of our facility with views of the San Jose Mountains in Mexico.

    James and Amanda Gibson, owners of Beast Brewing Company, were both originally from New England where there is a rich beer culture. Throughout their lives together, they have been home brewing, traveling the country, visiting breweries and hiking. After many years working in restaurants and in corporate America, they decided to pursue their real dream of becoming small business owners of their very own microbrewery. So Amanda and Jim packed up their two small boys and two puggles and drove across the country to the beautiful mountain town of Bisbee, AZ. In fact, the company was named after the couples first son who was given the nickname Rhys the Beast. They completed extensive renovations and opened their taproom doors in early March 2014.
    Bisbee Books and Music
    Come visit our bookstore located in historic Bisbee, Arizona. You'll enjoy our selection of books, musical instruments and accessories, new and used vinyl recordsWe also have some very nice gifts: toys, games, puzzles, bath salts and soaps, stationary, and hand-crafted items by local artists. We also have art supplies!

    We have good books! We're a general bookstore, but with an emphasis on the Southwest: history, gardening, nature, birding, political and environmental issues. We also have a good selection of poetry, DIY, children's books, Spanish language and bi-lingual, and fiction. Both new and used books, and we are adding to the collection every week.
    We are always happy to find books for you if you don't see it in our shop - just let us know.

    We have instruments! Everything from a kazoo to an electric guitar package to an electronic keyboard. We have all the accessories you need: strings, reeds, capos, tuners, drumsticks, amps, cables, mics. If you don't see what you need, we'll get it for you. ​
    For you vinyl lovers, we have a great collection of NEW classic albums, and we are always adding to our used collection as well. If you don't have anything to play them on, we can fix you up with a nice turntable.
    We also have some instructional books and DVD's and a great selection of books about music, the history of music and your favorite musicians.

    Located in the Copper Queen Plaza.

    Bisbee Breakfast Club
    Since 2005, the Bisbee Breakfast Club has been serving up great breakfasts, tasty lunches, homemade pies and desserts to locals and visitors alike in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Located in the historic Rexall Drug building in the neighborhood of Lowell. In 2009 the restaurant expanded into the neighboring space, a former glass shop, to accommodate increased demand. Now with sister stores in Tucson and Mesa, the original Bisbee Breakfast Club continues to live up to its reputation as a memorable destination and a home away from home for many... "just past the pit"!


    OTHER LOCATIONS
    Bisbee Breakfast Club Ina
    4131 W Ina Rd Tucson, AZ 85741
    (520) 579-7495
    6:00 AM to 2:05 PM EVERY DAY!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Mesa
    2909 S. Dobson Rd Suite 21 Mesa, AZ 85202
    (480) 704-3464
    6:00 AM to 2:05 PM EVERY DAY!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Sunrise
    4811 E. Sunrise Dr. Suite 165 Tucson, AZ 85718
    520-329-8769
    6AM-2:05PM Every day!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Broadway
    2936 E. Broadway Blvd Tucson, AZ 85716
    520-579-7495
    Open 6AM-2:05PM Every day!
    Bisbee Coffee Company
    Coffee is roasted on-site within 24 hours of ordering it. Outside seating, artisan blends and just a good cup of coffee when you need it. Open every day, morning, noon and night. There's also a selection of pastries and, of course, hot chocolate.

    At Bisbee Coffee Co. we work to create connections. Connections with our guests, our crew and our suppliers through extraordinary coffee and the business it supports. Through these authentic connections we will make our communities a better place to live.
    Bisbee Craft School
    Bisbee Craft School is located in the historic mining town of Bisbee, tucked in the Mule Mountains of Southern Arizona. Bisbee has a long history of people working with their hands and Bisbee Craft School aims to create a future where our talented community can share its knowledge with whomever wishes to visit and learn.

    We offer 1 to 3 day art and craft workshops for adults. These classes are taught by talented artists and craftspeople in such mediums as drawing, metalworking, and jewelry. Most of our classes take place at Central School Project, a historic elementary school located at 43 Howell Avenue in Old Bisbee, Arizona. Occasionally though we need other facilities, and we email enrolled students a few weeks before their class with the specific location and materials needed for their workshop.

    Bisbee Craft School is here to assist you in starting or continuing your journey in what we consider one of the most fulfilling endeavors of the human experience- learning to make things with your own two hands.

    The mission of Bisbee Craft School is to support personal, artistic, and community growth through art and craft education opportunities.
    Community owned. Natural & Organic. Open for everyone. Serving Bisbee and Cochise County for over 35 years.
    Bisbee Hot & Spicy
    The HOTTEST Place in Arizona. We have over 150 items—all to tempt your taste buds and blast your head off with heat!! Open for FREE tastings.
    We have a large variety of condiments, salsas, jerkey, rubs, spices and seasonings. So many products to smell, taste and see!

    Order online or come to our store, proudly located in Bisbee, Arizona.
    Bisbee Hub
    Bisbee's Premier Website Serving the Bisbee, Arizona Community.
    Information on upcoming shows, gallery exhibits, and all other events happening in Bisbee. Active on Facebook and Twitter (@BisbeeHub) keep up to date with all the happenings!
    Welcome to Bisbee! Bisbee, AZ is a quirky, artsy mining town that offers historic lodging, great food, museums, art galleries and unique shops. Stop by the visitor center for more information.
    Bisbee's Table
    Fresh, Local, Original, dining in the heart of Old Bisbee. New American food in an old town far from normal.

    Bisbee's Table, a new menu, a new way of looking at the way we prepare food, local, organic, light, fresh, and always changing. Gluten Free hamburgers and a menu just for Gluten Free diets. We love our job!

    Bisbee’s Table was established originally as Bisbee Grille in February 2001 under the partnership of the Page family who also operates Santiago’s Mexican, San Ramon Hotel and Bisbee Coffee Co. The location was originally Cafe Maxi’s before 1996. Brothers Rob, Michael, Ed and Bobby accepted the vacant space in 2000 to help provide an additional anchor in the old Phelps-Dodge Mercantile, a decision that has help provide jobs for over 85 people and successfully anchored the building.

    We have employed 5 Chefs in the past 15 years, most recently Rebecca McMahon all bringing evolution and expertise to the restaurants. Originally focused on a Tex-Mex style of cooking with white table cloths and a fine-dining flare. A more “new American” casual menu was introduced in 2002 and it has evolved to emphasize big bold flavors and comfort foods in a more relaxed environment.

    A name change took effect in 2010 as we re-constructed the look and feel of the restaurant to include a more evolved menu and larger bar scene and to escape the burden of “Grille” in the future of the restaurant, Bisbee’s Table was born of an idea that “all are welcome to our Table”. He started, as usual, with the music a more hip/folk vibe could be felt evolving. Rob was also seen taking a sledge hammer to the microwaves.

    In addition to a new 25ft. marquee neon sign, a new bar was constructed by Satori Builders in place of the small service bar that included five elevated bar tables and two giant television screens and 6 beer taps along with new wines and more attention to whiskeys and craft cocktails and the addition of a new herb garden outside the kitchen.

    More recently, Tavolo Pizza was added as an expansion concept appurtenant to the kitchen in 900 square feet of the former Visitor’s Center. Pizza was the number one most requested menu item and ignoring it would have been a problem. Guests can better see the evolution of the name change through this new concept and those that follow in the next few years. “Evolution is my idea of sustainability, you are either growing or inviting death, there is no grey area in restaurant management”, says Rob. Many would agree, the restaurants are always busy.
    Bookmans
    Bookmans Entertainment Exchange buys, sells and trades used books, music, movies, video games & musical instruments. Our sports exchange location deals with all things sports and activity related.

    Bookmans Entertainment Exchange built our reputation on the concept that "used" is not a dirty word. With six stores in Tucson, Mesa, Phoenix and Flagstaff, Bookmans relies on our customers for what we sell, including books, music, movies, video games and systems, magazines, comics, electronics, tchotchkes and musical instruments, to list a few. We regularly host in-store events ranging from art exhibits, musical performances and anime festivals to reptile adoptions, yoga classes and yo-yo workshops. Stepping into Bookmans alters your view of what buying used is and should be. Our philosophy of DIY creativity, integrity, and community involvement has made us one of Arizona's most loved stores.
    Check out our website for details on locations, events and other great stuff.

    LOCATIONS

    Tucson
    6230 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85712
    (520) 748-9555

    3733 W. Ina Rd. Tucson, AZ 85741
    (520) 579-0303

    1930 E. Grant Rd. Tucson, AZ 85719
    (520) 325-5767

    Sports Exchange
    3330 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716
    (520) 881-7329

    Phoenix
    8034 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85021 (602) 433-0255

    Mesa
    1056 S. Country Club Dr Mesa, AZ 85210 (480) 835-0505

    Flagstaff
    1520 S Riordan Ranch Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 774-0005

    Buffalo Exchange
    New and recycled clothing.
    A Tucson original that can now be found in cities across the United States! Please see website for details on locations near you.

    Buy, trade and sell clothing.

    In 1974 Kerstin and Spencer Block opened the first Buffalo Exchange in Tucson, Arizona. Kerstin, hailing from Sweden, thought the word “Buffalo” sounded very American, and since they were introducing the idea of a fashionable clothing “Exchange,” the name was born.
    In the forty years since, that 450 square foot store near the University of Arizona has blossomed into 48 stores in 18 states. Buffalo Exchange continues to be run by Kerstin and her daughter Rebecca, and is still headquartered in Tucson.

    Buffalo Exchange works to protect the environment by reusing and recycling clothing. Customers buy, sell, and trade clothing, giving it a second life and avoiding contributing to the demand and waste of clothing pollution. We are committed to supporting the communities and environments in which we operate by having environmentally conscious practices and giving charitable contributions.
    Cafe Roka
    MODERN AMERICAN FOOD Chef/Owner Rod Kass has evolved a very personal style of cooking over the past 25 years. The dishes on our menu are inspired primarily by Italian, Californian, Mediterranean, and vegetarian cuisines.
    THE FRESHEST SEASONAL INGREDIENTS Rod seeks out the highest quality foods, focusing on local organic produce, naturally farmed, grass-fed meats, and sustainably harvested seafood.
    WINE BAR New! Featuring the best of Arizona wines. Local and regional selections offered for tasting on the weekends. A limited menu is available for a light lunch or appetizers.

    Cafe Roka serves modern American food. The ‘signature’ of Chef/Owner Rod Kass’ cooking is a style rather than a particular dish or dishes (although you won’t find his Portobello Mushroom and Artichoke lasagna anywhere else). He offers many different tastes, textures, colors, and looks throughout a four course dinner. We are one of the few remaining restaurants in the United States to offer four courses (soup, salad, sorbet, and entrée), without a prix fixe menu.

    Rod often uses nuts, polenta, pasta, and citrus, to create opposite palate combinations of crunchiness/softness, tangy/sweet, spicy/muted, or subtle/rousing. Plates are artfully presented, because the eye plays a large part in anticipation of taste and appreciation of food, often with bright accent sauces complementing the natural color of the food.

    Soups, which vary nightly, are vegetarian based and might be, for example, black bean/smoked white corn, mushroom/potato, or tomato/green chile/cilantro.

    Salads are generally a mix of organic greens. Dressings might be a roasted pine nut/white truffle oil vinaigrette, an apple/sherry vinaigrette, or a creamy basil dressing.

    Sorbet, lime or lemon, is a palate cleanser and prepares the way for the entrée.

    Many people are on restricted food diets. Fortunately we are able to provide interesting and good food for those who are vegan, have problems with gluten, or are on special diets. We also offer innovative and tasty vegetarian food with two or three vegetarian options on every menu.

    Generally, we change our menu twice weekly. About 35 different dishes are rotated through the menu depending on the season and product availability.

    Rod Kass is the chef and owner of Cafe Roka. From 1986-1989, Rod apprenticed at the Phoenix Biltmore, worked at the La Champagne Room at the former Registry Resort, and was chef at the Market Room of the 8700 Club in Scottsdale. He moved to Bisbee in 1990 and after working in a variety of food settings, opened Cafe Roka in 1992.

    Casitas de Gila Guesthouses and Art Gallery
    Casitas de Gila – Little Houses of Gila – is a cluster of five cozy southwestern adobe-style guesthouses, four miles outside of the tiny community of Gila (HEE-la) in Southwestern New Mexico. Nestled among juniper and piñon pines, on an ancient river terrace overlooking Bear Creek, our Casitas occupy lands that were once favorite hunting grounds of Apaches only 130 years ago.
    br>The Art Gallery at Casitas de Gila Guesthouses is open every day for guests staying at the Casitas. For visitors who live in Silver City and the surrounding area or who are traveling through Grant County, just call ahead so we will be expecting your visit.

    A Stress-Free Zone on 265 acres, not too far from Silver City, in Southwest New Mexico. Five beautiful Guesthouses, an Art Gallery, and a Nature Preserve with 11 hiking trails covering over 6 miles, all overlooking the Gila National Forest and Gila Wilderness. Beautiful dark skies, incredible quiet, fabulous scenery.
    Cherry Valley Ranch
    Nestled in the Foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains lies the natural wilderness of Cherry Valley Ranch. Cherry Valley Ranch is situated on 100 acres of oak woodland terrain amongst ancient granite boulders. If it is peace and quiet, diverse wildlife, clear, usually sunny days, and star filled nights you're searching for, you've come to the right place.

    The sky's the limit at Cherry Valley Ranch Bed and Breakfast. Hike trails near the ranch, sit back and enjoy a picnic under massive oak trees while watching a diverse array of birds take flight. Ride your mountain bike on the Arizona Trail or in Peppersauce Canyon, or just relax under the crystal clear starlit sky and enjoy the peaceful seclusion that is Cherry Valley Ranch. If sightseeing is your desire, Cherry Valley Ranch lies only minutes away from the historic town of Oracle, Arizona Zipline Adventures, and the Biosphere II exhibit. Oracle is a short drive from Tucson and its various attractions.
    Circle Z Ranch
    Circle Z Ranch is the oldest continually operating guest ranch in Arizona. Celebrating 90 years, we are family owned and operated. We have hosted individuals and families from all over the world who appreciate horseback riding, nature and being part our guest ranch family. Taking reservations for our 2015-2016 season, we welcome you to come and take in the pristine beauty of Southern Arizona from horseback, and to relax in our historic cottages, or alongside our heated pool, or under a tree with your favorite book. Discover what everyone is talking about, and take a step back in time.
    Accommodations vary from individual rooms to suites with living rooms or entirely private cottages, each reflecting Southwestern charm.
    Each of our rooms have individually controlled heat and air-conditioning, plus entrances onto a porch or patio. All cottages have refrigerators, irons and blow dryers.
    In keeping with the traditions of a restful, authentic western ranch vacation, our rooms do not have televisions or telephones. We do, however, have adequate cell phone coverage. There are no locks on our doors, but valuables can be secured in the ranch office. WiFi is set up at no charge in the cantina for the convenience of our guests.

    Soft adventure vacations for individuals and families who want to experience an authentic western holiday in the high desert

    Be sure to visit our website for detailed information on rates, amenities and availability.
    Contessa's Cantina
    Contessa's offers a delightful selection of carefully prepared dishes focusing on flavor and quality. With 5 generations of experience behind these recipes you're sure to get some truly delightful Sonoran cuisine.
    Stop by for our lunch specials, delicious soups and combination dinners.
    Cross Creek Cottages
    Four cottages situated in 26 acres, quarter mile east of Patagonia Arizona off Hwy 82. A former ranch the cottages are surrounded by fields and shaded by ancient pine, ash, and mesquite trees. The fields now support friendly rescue burros.

    Regina is hostess and owner of several short-term rental accommodations in the town of Patagonia Arizona. She also owns and operates Mesquite Grove Galleries with locations in both Patagonia and Tubac.

    Regina is a life-long artist herself and a long time resident of Patagonia where she has been involved in the art community and lodging business. Mesquite Grove Gallery in Patagonia has been in business for 30 years and continues to offer area artists a venue to showcase and sell their work. Recently Regina has expanded the gallery to include a Tubac location near the historic Presidio district. Formerly owner of the Duquesne House Bed and Breakfast Regina now operates several unique rental cottages in and around Patagonia that offer visitors of all kinds a restful experience.

    Please explore the information on the website about Regina’s various accommodations and galleries.
    DeConcini McDonald Yetwin & Lacy, P.C.
    Established in 1979, the Phoenix office of DMYL was the first office to bring the firm’s services to communities outside of Tucson. It serves as home base for attorneys who are recognized and acknowledged as some of Arizona’s preeminent practitioners in their respective fields. The Phoenix office represents clients covering the continuum, ranging from large publicly traded companies to family owned businesses and individuals. The attorneys of the Phoenix office are known also for their leadership within the legal community as lecturers, experts, and authors.

    The members of the firm bring experience and knowledge to your matter far beyond legal experience. Our members are diverse in background and excel in their sports and avocations such as musicianship, outdoor activities, and auto racing. The Phoenix team is composed of real people who, like yourself, have real lives and interests and thus can understand your circumstances, priorities and objectives.

    Some of the principal practice areas served by the Phoenix office include:

    Commercial Litigation
    Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Vulnerable adult advocacy
    Trust and Estate Litigation
    Mental Health
    Arizona Long Term Care System (ALTCS), Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) and Serious Mental Illness (SMI) advocacy and litigation
    Dos Cabezas Wineworks
    Planted, harvested, and fermented in Arizona! Come try a glass!

    Dos Cabezas WineWorks is a family-owned and operated winery that challenges the perception that Arizona does not produce exceptional wines. Dos Cabezas WineWorks has been producing wines in Arizona since 1995. The winery was originally located on the 80 acre Dos Cabezas Vineyard near Willcox, AZ. Just after the harvest of 2006, winemaker Todd Bostock purchased the winery with the help of his wife Kelly and his parents Frank and Paula. The winery was moved to Sonoita, Arizona, close to the vineyard the family planted in Elgin in 2003.

    Our wine has been enjoyed at the White House, earned critical acclaim and grabbed international attention. Yes, we make great wine. And yes, it's made near the rolling hills of Southeastern Arizona where birds, bobcats and pronghorn antelope call home.

    Come down to our Dos Cabezas Tasting Room in Sonoita. It offers a relaxed yet inviting vibe where chats with the owners are as common as the great wine. Dos Cabezas wines are available in many fine Arizona restaurants and retail locations.
    Dos Corazones (Two Hearts), is located in the historic village of Tubac, Arizona.

    The Mission of Dos Corazones is to “Release the Vision” by providing a full array of exquisite furnishings, from small finishing touches to entire rooms. We will put the “Heart” in your home! We are a “one of a kind” source for color, texture & design for your creative home ideas and styles. We offer endless lines of elegant furnishings featuring many different choices of Leathers, Upholstered Goods, Elegant Rustic furniture and Handpicked Accessories exclusive to our store. We also carry a beautiful line of outdoor furniture.

    We are a design center and offer complimentary design services, when working with you on your home, to assist you in bringing all elements together to create your perfect vision!

    Furniture and Accessories “from our Hearts to your home.""
    Duquesne House Inn & Gardens
    An historic adobe inn nestled in Patagonia offering charm, quiet, privacy and delicious breakfasts!

    When Rollin R .Richardson came to southeastern Arizona in the late 1800’s, the town of Patagonia was nonexistent. He soon acquired a local ranch and began developing the town. His interests expanded to mining, and he owned and operated the Duquesne Mining and Reduction Company in the nearby Patagonia Mountains. However, the mine wasn’t close enough for the miners to commute from town (only buckboards and mules back then!) so in 1898, Richardson built a boarding house for his miners when they came to town for their overnight forays.

    Almost 100 years later, Richardson’s boarding house was renovated and The Duquesne House Bed and Breakfast was born. The former boarding house rooms are now charming and colorful suites, ready to accommodate visitors from all parts of world who have come to southeastern Arizona to enjoy its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities.

    Each of the three suites of our little Patagonia inn - The Rollin Richardson Suite, Marguerite's Suite, and Miss Medley's Suite - has its own entrance, sitting room, bedroom, private bath, and a rear door that opens onto the back porch or patio. A cozy but spacious retreat for two and comfortable lodging for four. The one room studio apartment, El Cuarto Bonito, includes a kitchenette and large tiled walk-in shower.

    Each unit is colorfully painted and uniquely decorated with rustic Mexican furniture and folk art, and hand stitched quilts. Amenities include WiFi, radio/CD players with a selection of CDs, hairdryers, shampoo, body wash, body lotion, bubble bath, insect repellant, flashlights, and a selection of fun and unusual reading material. Board games and playing cards can be found on the patio of our inn. A microwave, refrigerator, and freezer are available if needed.

    Breakfast is served "family style" in the dining room on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday mornings at 8:30. On certain holiday mornings, when many of the local restaurants may be closed, we offer a festive version of our full breakfast. We take pride in preparing full and balanced family style meals. As such, we do not cook to order, but we are more than happy to accommodate dietary restrictions if requested in advance

    Stepping out from your room into our tiered gardens you will find three distinct patio areas. Along with our enclosed Arizona porch, you are bound to find a place to enjoy quiet and privacy. Mature deciduous trees provide cool shade in the summer and then drop their leaves to let in the warm winter sun. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon nap in the hammock or a glass of wine in our gardens on a cool summer evening. Spend a starry winter night warmed by the outdoor fire pit or inside by the wood burning stove on the Arizona porch. Pansies provide bright winter color against the rock terraces while vinca vine, rosemaries and salvias offer cool green leaves and colorful blooms.

    As Patagonians who love exploring this area, we are here to help you discover the experiences that will make your trip to southeastern Arizona a memorable one. We hope to see you soon!

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