"Philosophers and Ploughmen,
Each must know his part ..
To sow a new mentality;
Closer to the Heart ..."
It has been a commonly held (although erroneous) belief that Squaw Peak, rising south of Camp Verde, is the true geographic center of Arizona.
Rumors have abounded that somewhere on the peak is a plaque designating it as the center. The only marker on the mountain is an elevation marker placed by the United States Geological Survey - (6525 feet).
Here, Squaw Peak shares center stage with the coolness of a Verde Valley
autumn, which is certainly NO BULL in this humble man's opinion.
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