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by Tim Hull

ePub Arizona (Moon Handbooks) download
Author:
Tim Hull
ISBN13:
978-1598801477
ISBN:
1598801473
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Publisher:
Moon Travel; 10th edition (October 24, 2008)
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Subcategory:
United States
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1237 kb
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1155 kb
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4.9
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667

Moon Arizona (Moon Handbooks) Paperback – May 10, 2011. Air Force base in South Carolina, Tim Hull was brought to Arizona when he was just six months old and has since left only rarely.

Moon Arizona (Moon Handbooks) Paperback – May 10, 2011. by Tim Hull (Author). He grew up in Prescott, a small town in the state's north-central pinelands, where his mother's family has lived since the 1870s. He graduated from Arizona State University and has traveled extensively throughout the Southwest and Mexico.

Arizona (Moon Handbooks) Paperback – Bargain Price, October 24, 2008. He grew up in Prescott, a small town in the state’s north-central pinelands, where his mother’s family has lived since the 1870s. Currently, Tim is a freelance writer based in Tucson, Arizona.

A resident of Arizona for more than 40 years, Tim Hull has hiked its trails and driven its backroads from the deserts to the mountains to the wondrous depths of the Grand Canyon

A resident of Arizona for more than 40 years, Tim Hull has hiked its trails and driven its backroads from the deserts to the mountains to the wondrous depths of the Grand Canyon. His family's roots in the state run deep, beginning in the 1870s when his maternal great, great grandfather opened a doctor's office in Prescott, a mountain town in the state's central pinelands.

Tim Hull’s most popular book is Moon Arizona & the Grand Canyon. Moon Arizona by. Tim Hull. Moon Tucson by.

Moon Arizona (Moon Handbooks). 1598801473 (ISBN13: 9781598801477).

Tim includes creative trip strategies, such as Driving the History of Arizona and Feel the Heat: A Romantic Summer Weekend in Phoenix. As a Arizona native, Tim guides travelers to the Grand Canyon State’s best-kept secret Freelance writer and news reporter Tim Hull offers up the best of Arizona, from rafting down the Colorado River to exploring the art galleries of Sedona. Moon Arizona (Moon Handbooks).

Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-421) and index. Discover Arizona - Phoenix, Scottsdale, and the Valley of the Sun - Tucson and southern Arizona - Flagstaff and north-central Arizona - Navajo and Hopi country - The White Mountains. Discover Arizona - Phoenix, Scottsdale, and the Valley of the Sun - Tucson and southern Arizona - Flagstaff and north-central Arizona - Navajo and Hopi country - The White Mountains and the Gila Valley - The Grand Canyon and the Arizona strip - The Lower Colorado River - Background - Essentials -. Resources.

Local insight from Arizona local Tim Hull on when to go, where to stay, and .

Local insight from Arizona local Tim Hull on when to go, where to stay, and how to get around. Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout. Focused coverage of Phoenix, Scottsdale, and the Valley of the Sun, Tucson and Southern Arizona, Flagstaff, Sedona, and Red Rock Country, Navajo and Hopi Country, the White Mountains and the Gila Valley, the Grand Canyon and the Arizona Strip, and the Lower Colorado River. Seeing more of the Southwest? Check out Moon New Mexico or Moon Phoenix.

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You have reached my online version of Moon Handbooks: Arizona-the most comprehensive guidebook to the state! . I’ve also included some photos and excerpts from Moon Handbooks: Utah, a worthy book and destination as well, in the Photo Gallery.

The well-organized information will help you to plan the best possible trip. For travel stories of my adventures trekking and cycling around the world, head over to Bill’s Exotic Travels.

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Freelance writer and news reporter Tim Hull offers up the best of Arizona, from rafting down the Colorado River to exploring the art galleries of Sedona. Tim includes creative trip strategies, such as Driving the History of Arizona and Feel the Heat: A Romantic Summer Weekend in Phoenix. As a Arizona native, Tim guides travelers to the Grand Canyon State's best-kept secrets, including “sky islands,” small woodlands found on mountain ranges in the Sonoran desert. Explore Red Rock Country, visit the Navajo Nation, and hike in the Grand Canyon — Moon Arizona gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
  • As an Arizona resident of 25 years, I had purchased this book to replace my totally worn out Arizona Handbook which I have loved. I learned that the Handbook was no longer being published but had been taken over by the Moon book. Such a disappointment. There were so many "hidden gems" noted in the Handbook and I found this book to be a probably good tourist guide for the state but no where near the source for finding new, interesting and out of the way places that the Arizona Handbook had been.

  • I've used Moon Handbooks nearly religiously for the last 5 years. While this book is magnitudes better than the stuff Fodor's or Frommers try to pass off as guidebooks, it is a bit of a disappointment when compared to the excellent versions available for Utah and Nevada. It seems that since standardizing on the blue covers, Moon's thoroughness of covering states has decreased significantly.

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  • MOON guide books are the best. They include all the offbeat places and great info on camping and hiking! Got the Arizona book and discoverd that there is a Zoo in a neighboring town that I did not know about even though I had lived in Az for over 10 years at the time. Also good info on restaurants in small towns. Overall all of the MOON guides provide the more useful information than any other series.

  • We just returned from a fantastic trip to Arizona. My husband read the Moon Arizona Book cover to cover before we left, and the information within created the basis for such great adventures. Don't leave home without these books when you travel.