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  • Stacy Burk

I've not traveled the world, but we have photographed couples who have. They tell us they've seen many beautiful places, but their favorite of all the places they have been is Sedona and the American Southwest.

My grandmother started bringing me out to Sedona when I was 8 years old to visit Uncle Mutt and Aunt Lotybee. I fell in love with Sedona and have been traveling, hiking, photographing and exploring the Southwest ever since. It's my favorite place on Earth and I'm proud to call it home. There's always something new to see here because the terrain is constantly changing. In fact, the Four Corners Area (Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado) contain the most varieties of geographical landscapes in the world. That's why we have seven National Parks all within a days drive from Sedona.

So, you may ask why isn't Sedona a National Park? Well, settlers started settling here because of the great weather and beauty in the mid 1800's long before National Parks were ever created. Otherwise, Sedona would have been a National Park. There is the Coconino National Forest that surrounds Sedona which is all protected land and this is where we do our hiking. This area is unique because Sedona has the most accessible hiking of any other town in America. We literally hike right from our house. There's so much beauty here and secrets to find and explore... like ancient Indian ruins and dinosaur footprints.

When you come to Sedona, give us a shout and we will point you to some of most magical places you've ever seen. Just plan on staying a while... because there is so much to see and do. You'll find it hard to leave our colorful country!




  • Stacy Burk

Updated: 3 days ago

Nitzia and I have been in love with the Southwest since we first seen it many years ago. The Four Corners contains the most diverse beautiful geographical landscape in the world, and we plan on exploring the heck out of it. We see God every where we look and it has literally changed our lives! It's not been polluted by people and you can feel the same sense of grandeur and serenity the pioneers experienced over a hundred years ago. We want to continue to share some of its beauty with you in our own special way. Here's a few pictures from our latest adventure here in Arizona.



  • Stacy Burk

Updated: 3 days ago



My cousin has this amazing lodge in Arizona that is one of the most beautiful and remote places in America. It's right in the middle of the best adventures to be had... including White Pocket, The Wave, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, exploring the Escalante, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and kayaking down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon and Marble Canyon. We filmed the video above to show a little bit of how beautiful this special landscape is. Take a look at the pictures below to see one of the awesome trails you can hike right behind his adventure lodge and check out his website at www.KayakTheColorado.com



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