- JOSEPH CITY -- The folks at Geronimo Indian Store don't have to worry about anybody walking off with their prize attraction because most people aren't capable of picking up a 45-ton piece of petrified wood. Even if they had a crane or a bulldozer, that chunk of rock ain't going no place.
- HOLBROOK -- The Wigwam Motel is where memories are born and people from all over the world still carry them around. The motel has 15 units, each shaped like a tepee. It was built by Chester Lewis in 1950 and each unit still has its original furniture, including two full-sized beds, plus a television set ...
- HOLBROOK -- A bronze statue of a dinosaur stands almost forlornly in Living West Park here. How it got there is an interesting story. It began in 1997 when the Lundeen family bought the sculpture in New York with the intention of converting it into an outdoor shower near the swimming pool.
- HOLBROOK -- Millions of years ago, dinosaurs were common across the flatlands that now encompass this city. But they disappeared. A couple decades ago, several small-scale dinosaurs appeared along Interstate 40 near this city. But they also vanished. Holbrook, however, maintains a strong relationship with the big earth-stompers because some of them are still visible.