Cozy Cactus Bed and Breakfast
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... park which is the Painted Desert section. Unfortunately we had this huge dark cloud overhead and the vibrant colors were muted. It was still pretty to look at. We then followed the 28 mile road through the rest of the park. Soon the grey clouds moved away and by the time we were able to view the Agate Bridge, Jade Forest, and Rainbow Forest, the sun came out and made for a very enjoyable day. Temperatures were just right ... hovering around 70 degrees but the wind was whipping ...
... winedy, steep roads up into the mountainside with very little, other than tiny houses and one or two restaurants.
So back onto the highway we went and headed toward Phoenix. We found a cool place for dinner, Rustlers Rooste,not too far from the airport and we were one of the first ones there when they opened at 4. It was an old cowboy themed restaurant complete with a real steer that greeted us at the door! There was a slide that went from ...
... famous choose to live here, as it is beautiful, although too far from the sea!
But it is also a draw for a few oddballs, as it has become the centre of new age and vortex followers.
"In the past 30 years, the “vortexes” of Sedona have become almost as famous as the Red Rocks. Tourists by the thousands make their pilgrimages to be energized, to meditate, or to have their curiosity satisfied.
Sedona has been called the ...
... a nearby reservation were selling handcrafts and souvenirs.
The trip ended in Flagstaff with snow capped Humphreys Peak in the distance before we reversed our direction and retraced our route back to Phoenix.
The amazing part of the Phoenix - Sedona - Flagstaff trip is the five distinct climate, elevation, geologic and geographic zones you pass through in about 150 miles.
... the parking guys realised that we weren't going to fit in the first carpark, we got our tickets and skis for Riley and headed onto the mountain. The skiing was AWESOME - wide terrain, great views, lots of options (see the trail map) and TREES! We all skiied the bottom half of the mountain and after lunch (conveniently cooked in the camper!) Gary headed up to the top for the more extreme stuff. The only downside was the slow lifts but no queues and it felt like ...