Snowflake, Arizona

 

Snowflake is a small town which was originally a Mormon settlement,
named after Mr. Snow and Mr. Flake.

 

The town has brick houses and flowers, as if it was somewhere in New England.

 

The MCS/EHS community is well served by the Amelia’s Garden restaurant and health food store.

 

The annual Pioneer Days feature several historic entries.

 

Ranching is still important in the area.

 

 

The area is famous for its sunflowers.

 

The nearby town of Show Low was named after the card game that gave it a new owner.
Today it offers a hospital and many big-box stores.

 

Hiking in the Silver Creek canyon.

 

For more information about Snowflake and Arizona, see www.eiwellspring.org/arizonalocal.html.