Rose Tree Inn
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Well, we are here in the airport waiting to head back home. Today was a busy day, as expected. We scheduled in some last minute relaxing with a morning swim and Matt and I played some tennis. Tennis is a subjective term, as neither of us are very good. We had a mish-mosh of a lunch as we tried to eat up the left overs we had rather than throw them out. I will spare you the ugly details...
We finally pulled out of Los Abrigados Resort at 1:00 and ...
... on the Negro Bill bike trail leading out of Moab. The trail snakes the Colorado River, and the views of the red rock cliffs were spectacular. We got the kids up, made breakfast and lunch to go, and got off to get into Arches National Park. We drove the length of the park with unbelievable views from every angle to reach the trail at Devil's Garden. The trail took us past Pinetree Arch and Tunnel Arch, on our way out to Landscape Arch. An interesting story about Landscape Arch ...
... 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 ...
... at times....and probably just as unaffordable.
We came back to hot tub again. We swam in the heated pool and sat in the jacuzzi. Then we took showers, and took the shuttle to the casino for dinner and poker. We found that Monday night is not a big poker night....as no one was playing. We grabbed dinner at the buffet and headed back to the motorhome.
We move tomorrow. We go north a short distance, ...
... only in faith, there actually was a genuine knowledge in how to use plants to treat diseases. She's pretty smart.
We hike back to the parking lot and head to our next destination, the V bar V ranch. It was an actual working cattle ranch until the 90's, at which time it was either donated to or acquired by the U.S. Forest Service. On a cliff on the ranch is the largest collection of petroglyphs I've ever seen. We parked and walked ...