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Mogollon Rim located in the Coconino National Forest, Arizona (near Knoll Lake).
capital is an easy going city and a good base for exploring the rest of
the state. Arizona is still asociated very much with the spirit of the
wild west. For anyone interest in the the 1880s, when gunfighters
stalked throughout southern Arizona, a visit to Tombstone is a must. The
Grand Canyon national park is located in the North of Arizona, it is without a doubt the most visited attraction of the state.
A must see for all visitors to the Southwest; which was rated the "Most Beautiful Place in America", is none-other than the enchanted land of Sedona.
Navajo National Monument offers a unique insight in the precolumbian cultures of this region. The houses the cliffdwellers made here are truly impressive.
Sierra Vista is a cracked out little town south of Tucson by about 70 miles. It's full of weirdos and bizzaro people. A newcome luminary is "BibleMan", aka "Bible-Biker". He's an elderly bum who rides a bicycle covered in buckets scrawled with jesus things. He is frequently spotted infront of the Jack In The Box restaurant on Fry Blvd, barking at passing traffic and carrying a child-sized acoustic guitar.