Driving Klondyke Road, from Pima, AZ, to Turkey Creek

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Driving Klondyke Road, from Pima, AZ, just north of Safford and Thatcher, in Graham County, through the ghost town of Klondyke, into the east end of Aravaipa Canyon, past the Salazar Family Church, then up Turkey Creek to the Salado cliff dwelling. The road is all dirt, and there are several shallow creek crossings, but is car drivable as far as the Aravaipa trailhead. After that is high-clearance only.

Triplog & photoset @ . (2015-05-08)

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Tucson AZ Soul-winning MEGA-marathon (March 31, 2018)

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St. Andrews Presbyterian Church (Tucson, AZ)

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Community Renewal says that Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, winner of the 2010 Salt and Light Award, is one of the most generous churches in Tucson. They are committed to local missions and tremendously invested in this community. Join them at 7650 N Paseo del Norte in Tucson or online at www.standrewspres.com

Pastor Jim Toole… “What I love about St Andrews is the desire to do ministry on many levels. The future of the Church, and the future of St Andrews, is not just to be outwardly focused a church that’s truly listening to the Holy Spirit, to lead us into the community and actually steer us to the needs that are out there and open the doors to powerful ministries.”