name says it all. Mail and More can be your mailing address, but there's more. Do you
need to have a new key made? Copies, laminating, computer and
internet use, and even more. Is your computer acting 'funny'?
Mail and More can remove viruses, recover lost data, speed up a slow
PC or laptop. Just stop in and ask because no job is too big!
Wait until you see the selection of turquoise jewelry, so much to choose from! If you're wondering where the place is, it's the big turquoise building on Pierce Ferry Rd. Stop in for souvenirs and snacks too.
Here's some of the turquoise jewelry
If it's alpaca you're looking for, look no further, you'll find it all right here
There's no shortage of artistic talent and
craftsmanship in our little town of Dolan Springs, where much of it
is showcased in the Grand Canyon West Art Gallery. Stop in on your
way home for souvenirs designed, created and made by local artists.
The Art Gallery is easy to miss if you're not
looking for it, so be sure to look. It's next to Turquoise and Alpaca, with a big parking lot out front.
became reality when the students at Mt. Tipton School completed their
year-long project of an outdoor community garden boasting six raised
bed gardens. With help and supervision from their teacher, the
students built each garden with hundreds of hand-painted bricks and
hauled the mulch to fill them. Then with advice from two master
gardeners from the University of Arizona extension in Kingman, the
students planted broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage from seed.
are pictures I took one month after completion of the beds.
Then a little more than a year after that, the school held an Earth Day Fair. That's when I took these pictures. There is a life-size chess-board with two- foot tall chess pieces. The centerpiece of the garden is a Panther fountain. This metal sculpture was designed, built and donated by local metal artist Shane Robinson.
Residents of Dolan Springs, White
Hills, Chloride, Golden Valley and Meadview, please sign the petition
to bring back junior and senior high students to Mt. Tipton School.
You can sign the petition at: