Arizona Illustrated 910- Cornerstone in Tombstone, San Rafael Valley, Masked Bobwhite, Apple Annie's


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A Cornerstone in Tombstone
Tombstone, Arizona is known internationally as a cowboy, western community that dubs itself as “The Town Too Tough to Die” but there is more to this destination if you get off the main tourist drag. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Tombstone occupies the oldest Protestant church building in Arizona (1882) and is also the only one in the world that is constructed of adobe using a Gothic Revival style.

Favorite Places: San Rafael Valley
Join Jesus Robles of DUST Architects as he takes you on a poetic journey to one of his favorite places in Arizona, The San Rafael Valley. A place where time seems to move slowly and one’s perception of light and land is transformed.

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The Masked Bobwhite
The Masked Bobwhite Quail sits at the edge of extinction. Hannah Pierce works at The Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, established primarily to reintroduce the Masked Bobwhite into the wild. Join Hannah as she walks us through what it takes to reintroduce the birds and save a species.

Apple Annie’s Corn Maze
Take a walk around Apple Annie’s Orchard and enjoy the fall festivities. Grab your friends and family and see if you have what it takes to conquer the Challenge Corn Maze.


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