Rose Tree Inn
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... the pics - though they do not quite convey the awe-inspiring-ness of the chapel. Standing below on the road, looking up at it, it is magnificent. While I am not even close to Catholic, I did love the buliding and its placement. And the view from inside, looking out over the whole valley below, is stunning. If I ever come back to Sedona, this is the first place I would visit.
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... all of the campsite, park and local area information posted outside their office.
We found a Freightliner Service Company in Flagstaff and made an appointment for the following day. Because it was taking so long we had to cancel our reservations in Kaibab (our next scheduled stop) and find a place in Flagstaff.
We found Greer's Pine Shadows Park and Rick, the manager, was very understanding that we ...
When in Rome... or the spiritual Disneyland as they say, take it all in. Sedona is the place for New Age communities where people are "on the path" spiritually. There are several "vortexes of spiritual energy" all around Sedona (and that's an intentional vortexes vs vortices) which apparently are swirling centres of subtle energy coming from the surface of the earth. If I could imagine in my minds eye what such a centre might look ...
... Permission to name the town Schnebly Station was denied by the U. S. Government because it was too long to fit on a cancellation stamp, so on good advice from his brother he named the town after his wife, Sedona, an Amish woman from the midwest.
One popular hiking/ATV area is Broken Arrow, also not named by Native Americans but in honor of the 1950's movie starring Jimmy Stewart. After being a popular site for ...
... to take the RV through. Luckily no major damage was done. We started hiking and were thankful that this trail was better marked than our experience in Nevada. Being tired, we hiked slowly up a dirt path that turned into a rocky path that turned into these huge flat rocks where 4 x 4 vehicles were actually driving on. Apparently in Sedona these Pink Jeep Tours are very popular, but we thought it was too expensive. We decided not to hike the entire way ...