“Arizona Podcast” shares the adventures of Chris and Mary, longtime visitors and now, transplants to Arizona who journey the highways and backroads of the Grand Canyon state. They hope the podcast will aid other new transplants in discovering what Arizona has to offer. In addition to those newly arriving, it may help those that have lived here for years in either discovering or re-discovering these gems....moreChris and Mary
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In this edition of the #ArizonaPodcast we talk with author and podcaster Jim Hinckley, a man that, if not already labeled.. should be considered one of the ultimate authorities on the Mother Road… Route66. We’ll learn more about Jim Hinckley’s America, his written, audio and video adventures and take a peek at what’s in the future. If you haven’t picked up on it over the past podcast’s… I cant wait for the Route 66 Centennial in 26’. Mary and I are in the beginning stages of securing location alNov 07,2022 01:01:30
Our guest on this edition the Arizona Podcast is Mark Eller, Foundations and New Business Director of Leave No Trace. We learn about the seven principles to becoming good stewards of our environment as we journey out to discover the great state of Arizona. We are all the solution to conservation and Leave No Trace is leading the way with pioneering science, hands-on training and simple guidelines.It begins with The Seven Principles of Leave No Trace.Plan Ahead & PrepareStick to TrailsTrash YourOct 12,2022 38:07
Williams is a city in northern Arizona on The Mother Road, Historic Route-66. It sits at about 6,800 feet in elevation, covers about 44 square miles and has a population of over 3,200. It's best known as the "Gateway To The Grand Canyon" National Park via the Grand Canyon Railway. Historic Route 66 in Williams has Americana-style shops and restaurants dating back to the early 1900s.In this edition of the Arizona Podcast we spotlight being the "Gateway To The Grand Canyon", the city of Williams aSep 14,2022 26:32
The City of Kingman is a city along Route 66, in northwestern Arizona. Elevation of 3,333 and a populations of 30,000. The historic Mother road and the role of Kingman is most certainly part of American history and is celebrated at the Route 66 Museum set inside the Powerhouse Visitors Center. Murals, Dioramas and a library at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts traces local history. Locomotive Park, featuring old Locomotive 3759 a 1928 steam engine, and the Kingman Railroad Museum documents tAug 30,2022 38:48
Winslow Arizona - The City of Winslow AZ is a small town with big adventures that incorporated by in 1900. Just about 100 miles west of the New Mexico border on Interstate 40. Sits at just under 5,000 ft in elevation and covers just about 13 square miles in area. Winslow is home to a multitude of attractions including a stop on the mother road! Winslow Topics: "Standing On The Corner Park" made famous by the band the eagles in 1972 with their hit song “Take It Easy”. The park was created by theAug 11,2022 39:58
What Is The "Arizona Podcast" - A short podcast introducing the Arizona Podcast and the host to listeners. Discussion on the concept of the podcast and its wide content. Upcoming Interviews and now and for the future. How listeners can help with Future show ideas and how to support the podcast. Fun Facts on The Mother Road Route-66 and the Highways Centennial in 2026. “Arizona Podcast” shares the adventures of Chris and Mary, longtime visitors and now, new transplants to Arizona who journey theAug 11,2022 11:05
“Arizona Podcast” shares the adventures of Chris and Mary, longtime visitors and now, transplants to Arizona who journey the highways and backroads of the Grand Canyon state. They hope the podcast will aid other new transplants in discovering what Arizona has to offer. In addition to those newly arriving, it may help those that have lived here for years in either discovering or re-discovering these gems.
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