Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast
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... late 1800's into the side of a mountain that happens to have spectacular views. Of course there is an obnoxious/excessive mansion built on our way up to it that you see upon looking out over the valley.
There is Bell mountain, monument hill, etc... Every shape has a name that is obvious of its form. The flora and fauna in the dessert are so interesting to me because it's more "dangerous" to humans as most of it has thorns, spikes or some sort of protective armor to live in ...
... Apparently, "really cool people" gather somewhere and watch the moon rise and then play all kind of instruments. He -- and I am not making this up -- tried playing his one instrument but it was a banjo and it "just doesn't work with the mood." I'm sorry I missed that.
We saw the Painted Desert from the perch of a tower built by Mary Colter, a strong-willed, fiercely independent, chain smoking architect (an accomplishment in itself ...
... was pretty scruffy. JB noticed it had 331,000 miles on the clock.
To be honest the main drag in the old town is not that impressive but we had a pretty good, but not cheap, meal in what I think was Pastos but I did not note it at the time. After a short wander, when we noticed just how cool it had got compared to Wickenburg, we went to be bar in the Monte Christo Hotel before calling it a night and getting another old taxi back to the motel.
... 8217;t even passed yet. We had to turn around and head back, but we got what we wanted, a picture of it, and so we didn’t bother walking up to the chapel.
We checked out some of the local shops in an artsy area called Tlaquepaque (pronounced TA-LOCKEY-POCKEY) which was a little disappointing and boring. Diana tried some gourmet vinegars and oils from one shop but didn’t purchase any of the overpriced condiments.
... but having done it we were happy we did. I know we have some much bigger mountains ahead on this trip, and it gave us some confidence to get this one under our belts.
Still, we got to the Flagstaff KOA feeling like we hadn't really experienced the Sedona that everyone kept telling us about. We pulled into camp past dinner time tired, hungry and unprepared since a 2 hour drive turned into 6 hours. It didn't help that I spilled milk all over ...