Sedona Views Bed And Breakfast
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... name stuck.
There is an information centre that charges admission and about a half a kilometer paved walkway that runs below the cliff. I was asking a ranger for more information but suddenly another tourist fell off a bench and started screaming in pain. I didn't see what happened but she was quite a young woman and the bench was just ...
... of hay farms started to disappear, until it was all yellow sand, just like you imagine a desert to look like. We could see the huge black fence that separated Mexico and the US from the highway, with sand all around. We stopped for lunch in a tumbleweed of a town named Gila Bend, that reminded me of Radiator Springs from Cars (movie). This was about and hour and half outside of Phoenix and the temp hit 110. The desert around Phoenix is a bit different too, with ...
... lunch in Sedona where it was really hot but super cool scenery. Porter being the incredibly intelligent being she is left her wallet at the meteor store. But she is getting it posted to Washington so it is all good We went to outlet stores on the way to Phoenix an I have finished buying presents for Fiona and half finished with mum. The clothes weren't very good so I didn't buy anything. Finally we had American fast food, well sorta. I had ...
... and ice-cream.
Actually the ice-cream had been made with an ancient John Deere churn, so we felt we had to try it, specially as they had coffee flavour.
"One scoop, two or three?"
Feeling virtuous, we opted for just one.
Oh my. The just one option was equal to about three back home and was enormous!
We struggled through it manfully as we explored the outlet part of the deal.
Many of the same shops we had seen before... And oh yes, Kate even managed to ...
... we lived in Maine, nearly 30 years ago, they had it then. It just makes life simpler and easier.
We thread our way out of a very crowded shopping center on a Saturday afternoon and head north......and go a few exits and stop for lunch. I do know my fast food....so we stopped at the undisputed world wide king of fast food burgers..............IN-N- OUT BURGERS!!!!! For those unfamiliar....these were a west coast (with a few in Arizona ...