Arizona Friends of Chamber Music: Fry Street Quartet
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas
2013 3rd Annual Arizona Balloon Classic
Sedona Wine Trail Tour to Page Springs Vineyards and historic Jerome.
This is our most popular Verde Valley winery tour! Enjoy tasting Arizona award winning wines at Page Springs Cellars, Caduceus Cellars and Jerome Winery. Book now for $128 pp (regular price $148)!!
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Three-time reigning Iron Chef Tucson Ryan Clark's 'new American' upscale and contemporary cuisine blends flavors from our country’s melting pot with cooking techniques traditional and unconventional.
Located around 45 minutes northeast of Tucson, along the Control Road up Mt. Lemmon’s north slope, Peppersauce Campground is tucked away in a shallow, tree-filled canyon cut by Peppersauce Creek through rolling foothills covered with grass, oaks and yucca.
Campsites at Peppersauce are spread throughout a creekside oasis of enormous Arizona sycamores and Arizona walnut trees that cast deep shade in summer and a touch of color in autumn. These venerable trees (and some equally notable clumps of poison ivy) cling to the banks of Peppersauce Creek, which provides sufficient moisture for them to prosper in spite of the fact that its rocky streambed is dry most of the year.
Of course, beware of the flash floods – this creek can become a raging torrent in minutes when there is rain in the mountains above.
With its picturesque vegetation and dramatic setting at the foot of Mt. Lemmon, this is an outstanding area for enjoying an afternoon picnic or a weekend campout. But while you’re here, you’ll want to keep an eye on your hot sauce. This canyon was named by prospector Alex McKay, who camped here in about 1880 and reported that his hot sauce came up missing. The perpetrator (if there was one) has yet to be apprehended.
For more information, visit the US Forest Service's Peppersauce Campground website.
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Oracle, AZ 85623