On Tumamoc Hill 

It's 10 a.m. and sunny, with a touch of brisk morning air. After 30 minutes, I've hiked through a forest of saguaros, palo verde trees and shrubs, sharing it with Arizona wildlife. With the valley stretching around me, I have an exquisite…

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