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... twice, but hey. Now we're here, I couldn't possibly miss this, although I got jerky enough even just watching the youtube video of the tour!
We took the Broken Arrow tour, with Sindy as our driver and guide. I am not sure whether it was a bonus or not that she was so diddy that I was not sure she could even see out over the bonnet. Sitting in the back, we could. Some of the lumps and bumps we climbed over ...
... nursery/garden center. We just missed the egg hunt, but they had a lot of stuff going on. We saw the Easter Bunny and the kids got balloon animals. After that, we went back to the camper to relax and get ready to head out the next morning. We dyed Easter eggs, played at the playground (surprise!), and got everything packed up. Late in the evening, we discovered that the smell that we'd been trying to ignore was coming from ...
... River valley followed closely just as quickly by a third during the climb out of the valley.
We turned off the Interstate on Hwy 179 toward Oak Creek Village and Sedona. The area's well known red rocks came into view soon after heading north on 179.
Arriving in Sedona by noon, we continued on to Oak Creek Canyon stopping at a park at the head of the canyon where Native ...
I woke up this morning in Flagstaff expecting to see the ground covered in snow. Disappointed, my first glance out the window beheld nothing but wet pavement. However, I didn't wait long, because not 20 minutes later, the snow storm was in full effect. There was already an inch of accumulation of the white powder and it was now coming down with authority. See the pics below.
My plan today was to go down to Sedona for some hiking. Sedona is about ...
... there is a creator and He is our awesome God. And with that you worship the one true God. I also took a picture of the coins on the rock the chapel sits on. All the way up and down people have thrown coins on rock wall. All the pictures in the blog were taken on site. Even the ones looking down on the mansion below. I asked Lynn if she thought that maybe this was the rectory. We decided probably not, but it sure would make a nice ...