Lantern Light Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... is offered ice with his lemonade and is shown his cup with crushed ice piled up almost as high as the cup again!! After finishing our lunch we head on to I-40 eating up the miles to Flagstaff where we turn south on highway 89 to head on down to Sedona through Old Creek Canyon.
The scenery is beautiful, trees, red rocks and massive canyons, so different to the arid desert surroundings of ...
... burrito and then cinnamon pretzel ;ᘷ 3;ȩ 57;. Which was good but ;. So I am doing some crunches as we speak. Bedtime I is tired. P.S may I add that I went on a 5km run yesterday P.P.S don't have cream cheese on a bagel it's actually really gross. Eilish over and ...
... some cards and called it an evening. The forecast for the next day called for high winds so we decided it would be a good day to hit up Flagstaff instead of hiking the red sands around Sedona. It turned out to be a perfect day, no winds. This made me very happy since we started the day with a round of disc at Thorpe Park on a recommendation from our buddy Ferris who had gone to school out there. It was a good course, a nice mix of open space and ...
... see the Chapel of the Holy Cross,
a Roman Catholic chapel built into the buttes. It was built in 1955 in the Frank Lloyd Wright style, at a cost of $300,000. In 2007, Arizonans voted the Chapel one of the Seven Man-Made Wonders of Arizona. It is also the site of one of the Sedona vortexes.
On Wednesday, we took a tour with the Pink Jeep Tour company, which was established in 1960 and is the original off-road tour company in Arizona. We did the ...
... but none like this. They definitely came in handy though!
After the trail i went into Sedona to my motel. Sedona seems to be a really an interesting little city. I saw some pretty swanky houses that looked like huge pueblos. They had to be pricy. I'm sure there are plenty of athletes,execs and celebs that have houses somewhere in these hills. I ate a nice dinner at a local restaurant then retired to get ready for another action packed day tomorrow!