New PAC Seeks Public Vote on Desert Edge
Jan21

New PAC Seeks Public Vote on Desert Edge

January 17 Courtesy Preserve Our Preserve By Howard Myers NoDDC and Protect Our Preserve Launch Signature Gathering Campaign As you may know, the city wants to build a large tourist attraction in the Preserve called the Desert Edge (DE), formally the Desert Discovery Center (DDC). The claim is that it will educate both residents and visitors about the desert and also provide labs for ASU to conduct research from. They want to put it...

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12 Sedona Thanksgiving Photographs
Nov15

12 Sedona Thanksgiving Photographs

Originally Published December 28, 2014 Photographs by Howard Myers   In 2014, North Scottsdale residents Howard and Carol Myers enjoyed a beautiful Thanksgiving in Sedona. Howard is an avid photographer and was the grand prize winner of the 2014 Tony Nelssen Summer Fun Photography Contest. Thank you for sharing these images.     The Peak Welcomes Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this...

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Photos: Flowers on the Road to Bartlett, Spring 2017
Jun02

Photos: Flowers on the Road to Bartlett, Spring 2017

March 2017 By Howard Myers The March 2017  issue of this magazine published photographs of flowers that I took in 2008 during a drive to Bartlett Lake.  We had quite a bit of rain this past winter and that usually means an unusually good year for flower blooms. My wife, Carol, and I decided to drive to Bartlett Lake to check out the flowers. It was a good decision. Below are some of the photographs that I took along the way. ...

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Photos: It’s Spring Flower Time!
May04

Photos: It’s Spring Flower Time!

March 16, 2007 Photographs by Howard Myers The flowers are starting to bloom in our part of the Sonoran Desert. In this article, we feature photographs taken by north Scottsdale’s Howard Myers in 2008 during a drive to Bartlett Lake. The number and variety of wildflowers that bloom vary from year to year; 2008 was a very good year. You can also find wildflowers blooming at Pinnacle Peak Park, the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, the...

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Scottsdale Photos: Seven Looking Up, One Looking Down
May01

Scottsdale Photos: Seven Looking Up, One Looking Down

Photographs by Howard Myers   Editorial note. Once again, north Scottsdale resident Howard Myers has contributed some magnificent photographs. Looking up at the sky, he took the first seven photos below. Then he looked down, and found a surprise waiting for him.                   Your Comment The Peak invites you to share your thoughts about this article by using the “Submit a Comment”...

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