Most years I put close to 20,000 miles on my truck without ever leaving Arizona. And I never run out of things to see and do. I didn’t move to Arizona sit indoors.   

Let me be your guide. Here are a few of my past articles to help you explore all the different corners of Arizona. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to hit the road!

Best Weekend Ever in Lake Havasu City.

A high country getaway to Pinetop-Lakeside.

Top things to do in spring.

Best Weekend Ever in Sedona.

Great cabins for a summer getaway.

Here’s my story on the 2017 wildflowers (I’ll post updates on my FB page throughout the season).

Here are links to a few of those. I’ll add more later.  

A visit to beautiful Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

A new series in 2017 title Best Weekend Ever, kicking off with Tucson.

Here are some great winter getaways.

A beautiful day exploring Muleshoe Ranch.

Great road trips for your holiday guests. Or heck, just enjoy them on your own.

Here’s my favorite day in all of 2016.

Here’s my first Roger Naylor’s Arizona for 2017, savoring some Yuma food tours.

Exploring beautiful Sabino Canyon

Top things to do in fall.

Where to see fall colors.

Some hidden gems on Route 66.

Here’s my story on what might be the most intriguing road trip in Arizona, the only highway that crosses both the Navajo and Hopi reservations.

Here is my Roger Naylor’s Arizona for August where I hike some Sedona trails that are even better during monsoon season.

Here are some fun things to do in the White Mountains

This is my July Roger Naylor's story with some tips about Route 66.

Get out and enjoy summer like a kid. Here are a few ideas to get you started. 

Here are some of Arizona’s best beaches—yes, seriously.

This is my June Roger Naylor’s story about some of the attractions on the fringes of Flagstaff.

This is my May Roger Naylor's Arizona story about the Rim Country.

When they unveiled a few new trails in Sedona, I had to check them out.

As a hardcore desert rat, I explore all Arizona deserts including the sparse Mohave in the western half of the state.

Over the winter, I took a road trip to a fascinating place you may not have heard of, Castle Dome Mines Museum.

During the holidays, I started thinking about some of the Arizona things I’m thankful for.

And here are a few miscellaneous stories from recent months, starting with an ode to beautiful Arizona sunsets.

Here are some of Arizona’s tiniest attractions.

I wrote about my visit to the lovely and fragile little San Pedro River.