1. When England’s famous London Bridge was replaced in the 1960’s, the original was purchased, dismantled, shipped stone by stone and reconstructed in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, where it still stands today.
2. Mount Lemmon, in the Santa Catalina Mountains, is the southernmost ski resort in the United States.
3. Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch in Picacho, AZ is the largest privately-owned ostrich ranch in the world outside of South Africa.
4. If you cut down a protected species of cactus in Arizona, you could spend more than a year in prison.
5. The world’s largest to-scale collection of miniature airplane models is housed at the library at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ.
6. The only place in the country where mail is delivered by mule is the village of Supai, located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
7. Located on Arizona’s western border, Parker Dam is the deepest dam in the world at 320 feet.
8. South Mountain Park/Preserve in Phoenix is the largest municipal park in the country.
9. Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, located about 55 miles west of Phoenix, generates more electricity than any other U.S. power plant.
10. Montezuma never visited Montezuma National Monument-he was born 100 years after the prehistoric dwelling was abandoned. the monument was misnamed for the Aztec emperor when it was discovered in the 1860’s.