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Gifts That Say "Arizona"

You probably know someone who loves Arizona. Who doesn't? Whether they only visit here once in a while, or they are considering moving here for at least part of the year, here are some gifts that no one else will think of giving that jump up and say "Arizona!"

1. Arizona Highways Magazine

Dedicated to sharing the beauty and wonder of Arizona, this magazine is of the highest quality and a subscription makes a terrific gift for any occasion.More »

2. Saguaro Cactus

You can't actually send one to your mom or your girlfriend back home, but you can adopt one. It is a great symbolic gesture which helps support continued research and education about these magnificent trees from the Sonoran Desert. They also offer note cards and a few other saguaro-themed items.More »

3. Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine

Phoenix Home & Garden is the guide to experiencing life in the Southwestern United States. This magazine promises to be useful and deliver fun, relaxing, informative reading 12 times a year.More »

4. Southwest: The Beautiful Cookbook

This is a large, hardcover book with glossy photos, suitable for a gift or a coffee table. There are 200 Southwestern recipes (not necessarily for everyday cooking) in this cookbook, accompanied by great photos and essays.More »

5. Cowboy Boots

Even city slickers love to put on quality leather cowboy boots. Colors, styles, different leathers, pointy-toed or not, a pair of fine boots will last for many years.More »

6. Soleri Windbells

Architect Paolo Soleri built Arcosanti, an experimental town in the high desert of Arizona. It is a three-dimensional, pedestrian-oriented city. The windbells incorporate unique, one-of-a-kind Soleri sculptures and their sales have helped to fund the research in alternative living.More »

7. Prickly Pear Candy

Prickly Pear Cactus Candy - a tasty gift from the desert!More »

8. Hopi Kachina (Katsina)

Kachina dolls are unique and beautiful. They are pieces of art for the collector or for those who simply want to display a part of Arizona culture in their home.More »

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