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Culinary Delights and Curated Treasures at Bella's Cafe and Marketplace
Indulge in a delightful experience at Bella's Cafe and Marketplace in Superior, AZ, where the pleasures of lunch and shopping seamlessly blend. Nestled in the heart of this charming town, Bella's offers a unique fusion of delectable cuisine and curated shopping. To learn more about what Superior, AZ has to offer before you visit, subscribe to our channel. Plan your adventure at: www.superiorarizona.com Video by @AZHighwaysTV and courtesy of @ResolutionCopper 2023
Shining Bright: Superior Arizona's Promising Future as the Copper Corridor's Beacon of Opportunity
Nestled within the heart of the Copper Corridor, Superior, Arizona, is a hidden gem on the brink of transformation. This quaint town, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, has long remained undiscovered by many, but it's now emerging as a destination filled with potential. As the demand for copper continues to rise, Superior finds itself uniquely positioned to seize opportunities in the future of this vital industry. Visitors to Superior are greeted with a blend of rich history and a vibrant local culture. With its charming streets and welcoming community, the town offers a peaceful retreat away from the hustle and bustle. But beneath its serene surface lies a town poised for growth and innovation. Dig into Superior's details at https://www.superiorarizona.com/ Pinal County: https://www.pinal.gov/ Explore Pinal County: https://explore.pinal.gov/ Discover Copper Corridor: https://www.discovercoppercorridor.org/
Fall's desert color palette as seen around the Arboretum in Superior, AZ
"Embrace the magic of autumn! Take a leisurely stroll through Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior, AZ, and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of fall foliage. Let nature's vibrant colors and tranquil ambiance enchant your senses this season. #BoyceThompsonArboretum #FallSeason #Fallfoliage #FallattheArb #SuperiorAZ #SuperiorArizona
100 year old collection of plants on display in Superior, AZ
Join us in celebrating a century of natural wonder at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum in Superior, AZ! For 100 years, this enchanting oasis has been a haven of biodiversity, education, and inspiration. Immerse yourself in the lush landscapes, where desert flora from around the world flourish in harmony. Traverse winding trails that lead you through vibrant gardens, serene ponds, and captivating vistas. To learn more about what Superior, AZ has to offer before you visit, subscribe to our channel. Video by @AzHighwaysTV and courtesy of @ResolutionCopper 2023
It's All About Blooms in Superior's Boyce Thompson Arboretum | Trail Mix'd
This is truly a magical place. From sun up to sun down, every day is a new experience. In this episode of Trail Mix'd, we’re southeast of Phoenix in the city of Superior at Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Arizona’s largest and oldest botanical garden. "Something’s always in bloom," says Lynne Nemeth, Executive Director at Boyce Thompson Arboretum. "It doesn’t matter what season. The aloe’s are blooming right now, and they will continue to bloom for the next few weeks. There’s always something to see here." While it may be hard to convey that the desert can be beautiful, the unique setting at Boyce, as Nemeth explains, is so stunning with picket-post mountain ridges and more than two miles of scenic pathways, visitors are quickly convinced. Surrounded by more than 6,000 species of plants from around the globe, Nemeth says, "We love it when people come here from all over the world, all over the country, and say, 'We had no idea!'" Travel with Ike to Australia, South Africa and Asia. But wait–he's not even leaving Arizona! Stop and smell the roses, and also enjoy some breathtaking hikes at Boyce Thompson Arboretum. View more episodes of Trail Mix'd: https://azpbs.org/trailmixd/
Catching Dangerous Creatures with Coyote Peterson!
Get ready for this episode of Coyote Peterson’s Wild Field Trip, featuring six-year-old guest host Cooper Labanow as he braves the nighttime desert in search of its infamous venomous and poisonous inhabitants. As the hot desert sun sets, Coyote and Cooper turn on their flashlights and explore the remarkable grounds of the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, a desert oasis for all kinds of creepy crawlies. The two quickly make their way up the dangerous ladder of species, from hairy tarantulas, glowing scorpions, and to the most dangerous of all, the rattlesnake! Thank you to Meredith Joyce-Houghton for creating the incredible artwork in this episode! IG: @joycehoughtoncreative 0:00 Intro 0:53 Boyce Thompson Arboretum 3:08 Desert Blonde Tarantula 5:51 Giant Hairy Desert Scorpion 11:19 Sonoran Desert Toad 15:30 Black-Tailed Rattlesnake
Gillian Welch & David Rawlings - "I Just Came Home To Count The Memories" [John Anderson cover]
From the album 'Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute To John Anderson," available August 5: https://click.ees.link/JohnAndersonTribute Director: Ben Christensen Writer: Ivan Ward Producer: Ivan Ward Director of Photography: Mark Kirkland Editor: Mark Kirkland Actress: Sadie Scheufler // Follow Easy Eye Sound https://easyeyesound.com/ https://www.facebook.com/easyeyesound https://www.instagram.com/easyeyesound https://twitter.com/easyeyesound https://www.tiktok.com/@easyeyesound
You've NEVER seen Superior, Arizona like this Before !
In this video I decided to fly my drone over the small cozy town of Superior, Arizona over Labor Day weekend! The views anywhere in this town are amazing, and when it rains hard, some pretty cool waterfalls come to life! IF YOU VISIT HERE don't hesitate to pull over after you go through queen creek tunnel and check out the views! YOU WONT REGRET IT! MUSIC USED songs are called "Bliss" & "early hours" by Ikson MORE IKSON MUSIC HERE: https://www.youtube.com/c/Ikson GEAR I USE and LINKS for purchase DJI Mavic Mini Fly More Combo Pack https://amzn.to/3n72KOu GoPro hero 6 https://amzn.to/2WRaFUQ VidPro Battery Hand Grip https://amzn.to/38LprPA *Video Editing Software* CyberLink Power Director 19 https://amzn.to/3BQ3Li1 Disclosure! some of this links in the video may be affiliate links; meaning I make a small commission if you decide to purchase something through my link at no cost to you.
Prospecting for Apache Tears in Superior, Arizona; Nov 25, 2016
Apache Tears are small obsidian pebbles that form inside volcanic perlite deposits, common throughout Arizona. According to legend, they were formed by the grieving widows of Apache warriors, after the warriors chose to ride their horses over a cliff rather than submit to a superior American Cavalry. We took a trip to an abandoned perlite mine near the cliff that made the legend, outside Superior, AZ. Perfect weather, great friends, and a few handfuls of beautiful tears.
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