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Sedona, Arizona: A Tale of Two Counties - 03/30/07 10:28 AM
For those of you who don't know, Sedona is a small city (population about 11,000) in North Central Arizona's high desert country. Now, many of you might think that's too small a population to even call a city, but perhaps I digress. What I wanted to talk about today is actually counties. To be precise, the two counties that claim part of Sedona as theirs: Yavapai and Coconino. OK, I can hear you now: "Yava-what?", "Coco-who?". Ya see, most people can't even remember the names of these counties, let alone pronounce them ('course it is an easy way to ferret out the (4 comments)
Sedona, Arizona - Some Facts and a Short History: - 03/27/07 05:15 PM
Prehistory: first humans lived here from about 4000 BC. Sinagua Indians flourished here 900-1350 AD, followed by the Yavapai and Apache from about 1400 AD. First anglo settler: J.J. Thompson in 1876 at Indian Gardens. First Post Office established, and the town named after Sedona Schnebly, wife of first postmaster T.C. Schnebly on June 26, 1902. Sedona incorporated as a City in 1988. Population in 2007: around 11,000. Between 1970 and 1987 the population increased from 2,700 to 9,000. Sedona has been the setting for many films especially Hollywood Westerns. The first was 1923's "Call of the Canyon". Sedona area is almost 19 square miles, only 51% private land with the rest belonging to Coconino National Forest (8 comments)
Domain Age Question for You SEO Gurus: Are they like a fine wine? - 03/25/07 06:55 PM
I seem to remember that the Search Engines do count the age of your domain name in ranking your site. It seems to me that someone also said that the length of time that you have it reserved for into the future counts for something as well (demonstrating a commitment to longevity?). True or not true? Has anyone noticed a correlation in regards to domain names and how long into the future they have that name reserved? Or a corresponding jump in rankings or SERP when they've extended one for a substantial length of time? If so - how long a time must (8 comments)
How to handle Red Rock Fever...and find the perfect piece of Sedona real estate to call your own. - 03/19/07 04:02 PM
So You Think You Want to Move to Sedona? Ever since you caught your first glimpse of those crimson cliffs glowing in the late afternoon sun, dreams of Sedona have been coming back to haunt you. It was just a vacation....right? But what a feeling. Hiking the trail to Cathedral Rock, the scent of sun on desert sage perfuming the air. Enjoying the cool respite of Oak Creek Canyon on a warm summer day. The riot of glorious color along the creek in the Fall. What if you were to move here? Would it still be magical? If you've had these (8 comments)
Take a Tour of the Verde Santa Fe Golf Community! - 03/17/07 06:38 PM
You know you're interested in finding a place to call home in Northern Arizona. Maybe you've even narrowed it down to the Sedona - Verde Valley area. But...are you looking for a home that gives you all the benefits of an Active Adult Lifestyle? Does the security of a gated community appeal to you? Prefer NOT to deal with the 'gated' thing? Want mountain views? Want Red Rock views? Golf course views? A safe place to raise your family and be close to schools and activities? Looking for the best value in affordable newer homes? Do you want an Active Adult (5 comments)
Life and real estate in Sedona and the Verde Valley. Get to know this slice of heaven in the high desert land of north central Arizona. Sedona real estate, Cornville real estate, Cottonwood real estate, Camp Verde real estate, Lake Montezuma real estate, Rimrock real estate, Jerome real estate. Community information, Buyer & Seller articles, events & more.
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