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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... frustration we were finally set up and ready for some food, both of us realized it was late afternoon and the only thing we had eaten all day was a pastry at the coffee shop. We headed back in to Sedona with no real plan. On the way in we both declared that we were craving pizza. We did a little Yelping and wound up at the Sedona Pizza Co. on the main drag. We sat outside and enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather as we devoured a delicious wood fired ...
... be in the right position at the right time). Rather amazing to see a tiny glow peeking up over the horizon. In a matter of minutes, the sun climbed quickly up the sky.
Started the hike at 6:30 and by 8:30 we returned to the hotel to get out 2nd breakfast and check out.
Left Phornix at 9:40am to get to Sedona.
Scenery is getting steadily more dramatic as we get further away from the city. Articularly astonished at the concentration of ...
... Butte and Cathedral Rock. There was a photo at every turn, and different undergrowth too, with a variety of cacti and flowers, and we even saw a horned lizard. Maybe it was only a matter of time, and we were lucky it hadn't happened sooner to one of us ... I turned an ankle! I proceeded to hobble a mile or so back to the car. After an evening of ICE, ...
After we visited the airport overlooks today, we headed toward Dry Creek and the Boynton Canyon areas. We stopped at several overlooks/pull overs to get these pictures. It is really amazing how different each formation is from the other one.
... losing his CDL once we process the video... That threw us off course for about 30 minutes...we called it an early evening in Flagstaff, AZ. Had a delicious dinner at an eclectic place called Tinderbox Kitchen...I had Venison and David had a meatloaf that had veal, bison and another meat. Everything was delicious.
New Mexico is STILL our fav so far. Enjoy the pictures.
Love to all,
David & Leah