Don reveals how early pioneers transformed the desert into bustling cities. He gets access to a secret missile silo that could have started World War III. And he explores a lost gold mine and a dam that ...

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Theodore Roosevelt Dam

Don got an exclusive inside look at the Theodore Roosevelt Dam northeast of Phoenix. Built in a gorge originally called 'The Crossing' by early pioneers, this dam was once the largest masonry dam in the world.

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Apache Trail

The Apache Trail twists and turns through Tonto National Forest and the Superstition Mountains past desert canyons, lakes, forests of cacti, and rugged cliffs.

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Interstate 10 is the fourth longest interstate highway in the US, traveling through 8 different states on its journey from Florida to California. It is also the route Don traveled between Tucson and Phoenix AZ.

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Tucson, AZ

Boasting more than 350 sunny days per year, Downtown Tucson is where Don and the crew stayed for a few days while filming an episode of Off Limits in Arizona.

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Phoeniz, AZ

Currently the sixth largest city in the United States by population, Phoenix is just one of spots where Don and the crew filmed portions of the Arizona episode of Off Limits.


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