Navajo Code Talkers of WWII
Located inside the Burger King in Kayenta, AZ on the Navajo Reservation just SW of Monument Valley. This was the most northeastern location in the state.
Just look for the large billboards and it's easy to find
This memorial is in Payson, AZ and is dedicated to those who fight our wildfires. Last year's Wallow Fire of over 500,000 acres was the largest in our state's history. The large cabin in the back left portion of the shot is the Zane Gray Cabin. It is actually a re-creation of the cabin because the original was burned in a wildfire. Zane Gray, for those who don't know the name was a Western author whose most famous novel was Riders Of The Purple Sage. Payson is close to being dead center in the state with Phoenix being just a little more southwest.
This is one of the anchors from the USS Arizona which is currently sitting on the seabed in Pearl Harbor. The location is the Wesley Bolin Plaza in downtown Phoenix
These shots are in Kingman at the Doxol Disaster Memorial. There was a car show going on at the time we arrived.
The Korean War Monument outside of Oatman, AZ. Be prepared to walk/climb a short distance. You can walk the road to the memorial and leave your bike parked out by the main road, or you can be crazy and go dual-sporting on your touring bike. This was the most northwestern location in the state.
Armed Forces Park in Yuma. This was the most southwestern location in the state.
Replicating the location photo from the guidelines.
This is a poorly lit shot (by motorcycle headlights only) of the Ray Rios Fallen Officers Memorial in Douglas, AZ, just a stone's throw north of the Mexican border. This was the most southeastern location in the state.