by Judy Karnia
Walking into the Blackhawk Museum, I tried to have an open mind. I love almost all museums so I was willing to enjoy whatever was on offer. The itinerary from the press tour operators listed it as a classic car museum. Not being a car buff, I figured I could feign some interest to be
Tucked into the southwest corner of Arizona, Yuma has often been looked upon as a small, hot, dusty little burg that’s home to an onslaught of ‘snow birds’ each winter. While it’s true that many retirees flock there, they are only a small part of the increasingly diverse visitors that come in search of old west history, world-class recreation and delectable cuisine.