Tag Archives: Diana Lindsay

Sand Serpent Lives in the Borrego desert!

A big surprise awaits Borrego Valley visitors, even those who are “regulars” and know of the Sky Art metal sculptures will have something to talk about when they see the 350-foot long, out of this world, sand serpent straddled across Borrego Springs Road. It has a head of a dragon, the body of a sea […]

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Why “Z” instead of “S”?

I wanted to take just a moment to explain why I have used a Z in our name instead of the standard “S”. Simply said, it’s respect, the original Desert magazine was an icon for Southwest publications and who am I to tread on their name. They deserve the respect that they have earned, for […]

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Dezert magazine Spring 2014

Dezert magazine Spring 2014 Come along as we visit the magnificent Ubehebe Crater, discover just how wonderful stagecoach riding was in the 1800’s, and learn about the Lost Treasure of Mission San Miguel from WC Jameson. Death Valley Jim will take us on several rides from the Pictographs at Granite Hills, to Barry Storms and […]

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Dezert magazine Winter 2013

Dezert magazine Winter 2013 During these cold days of winter, light the fire and step back in time with our next issue. Find out what is was really like during the Navajo’s long walk with Darla Dollman. Relive the exciting days of outlaw Billy the Kid and Whiskey Jim with Drew Gomber ( of the […]

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Dezert magazine Summer 2012

Dezert magazine Summer 2012 In our Summer issue, we celebrate the 80th anniversary of one of the greatest parks in the country, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, with articles from Diana Lindsay, Ernie Cowan and ranger Steve Bier. Discover why this park is beloved by so many people and seen it’s hidden beauty. Explore the history […]

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Dezert magazine October 2011

Dezert magazine October 2011 This is the biggest issue to date, with over 70 pages to fill your adventurous needs!!! We start with a trip to Escalante Utah to find out just how much fun canyoneering can be. Kathy Weiser-Alexander will strike fear in your heart with her story about the Phantom of Vallecitos. Meanwhile […]

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