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Watson's Remarkable "Rocks"

In her article that features ten places to "Beat the Heat" during an Arizona summer, Margie Anderson notes that one of her favorites is Prescott and nearby Watson Lake. She says that although this lake has fewer trees -- and therefore less shade -- than the area's Lynx Lake, the boulders are spectacular. If only just to see them, Anderson recommends a trip to Watson Lake. Also, readers may want to add to their summer enjoyment by four-wheeling the Mingus Mountains or fishing, hiking, swimming – all in an area with relatively cooler temperatures.

TACKLE & TARGET - Anyone Can Shoot Correctly

John Anderson discusses the proper ways to stand, hold the firearm, and more for accurate shooting.

GOOD COMPANY - Ceremony Honors Chief Bert

U.S. Coast Guard bomb-sniffing dog Chief Bert retires after six years of service.

This issue of Arizona Boating & Watersports / Western Outdoor Times covers many of the great cooler areas to enjoy during the summer in Arizona.

While in the valley don't forget that most hotels offer fantasitic savings packages during the summer.

Don't miss the great story on the history of "Smokey The Bear".


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