- PINAL MOUNTAINS -- Despite its name, Limburger Rock was, for many years, a popular gathering place in the Pinal Mountains. It received the aromatic title in 1910 during a stag party sponsored by an ice cream parlor in Globe.
- There was a time when sleeping in the classroom was strictly a no-no. But today, in some places, nodding off in the schoolhouse is not only acceptable, it's encouraged. And the snoozers who once got their knuckles rapped are now welcomed with open arms and soft pillows. At least, that's how it is in Globe ...
- George Wiley Paul Hunt was never quite sure why he came to Arizona. It might have been the aura of romance and excitement of the name and it might have been because a boyhood friend who joined the Army had been sent to the Arizona frontier and returned home with tales of adventure.
- GLOBE -- Most ancient ruins in Arizona are just that -- ruins. Overseen by government agencies, they are stabilized but never rebuilt because the philosophy is to preserve, not restore. But the old pueblo here, known as Besh-Ba-Gowah, has been partially rebuilt and nobody's getting their nose bent out of shape.