Links to other sites, locations and things I like and recommend.
Lets start with my favorite restaurant - Highly Recommended
The Siamese Cat Thai Restaurant
See you there...
Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park
The American Southwest's
oldest and most spectacularly situated
arboretum and botanical garden.
Cobre Valley Center for the Arts
East Side Art - Mesa, Arizona
Located in Mesa, Arizona -
has provided 25 years of services
to churches, institutions, entertainers, and industry.
Humane Society Inc.
For another photographers' view of the Superstitions
and other unique Arizona images.
Please visit links to
Leave No Trace (LNT) - website
Is more than
just moms – they're real people –
dads, young people, and other concerned individuals
who want to stop drunk driving, support the victims of
this violent crime, and prevent underage drinking
Mesa Art League
Is a place to meet and find fellow artists
for friendship or to exchange ideas about artistic technique and other issues.
From its inception in 1939, the Mesa Art League has been community-minded,
supporting the arts, the children and those in need through its generous donations.
Motorola SPS Plant - Mesa, Arizona
Bye - Bye chip factory
Motorola dumped (or in their words "spun off")
its Semiconductor Products Sector - SPS, which became Freescale Semiconductor.
The Motorola SPS site at Broadway and Dobson in Mesa Arizona was sold.
Demolition of this facility is complete.
Reevis Mountain School
Offers courses promoting self-reliance and an environment for
people to truly reconnect with themselves, each
other, and the earth, so that we might better
understand nature and our human family
coexisting on this living planet.
on a Mote of Dust
Excerpted from a commencement address
delivered May 11, 1996.
Superstition Area Land Trust
Spacemen in the Superstition Mountains?
I saw this alien just outside the mountains.
The Superstition Mountain Museum collects,
preserves and displays the artifacts, history and folklore
of the Superstition Mountains, Apache Junction and the
Application of science for a profit.
“To base a whole world economy on unlimited expansion in a finite space
fueled by mindless consumption at the expense of other living things
including our children’s future is our collective planetary curse.”
U.S. Forest Service
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