Spur Cross Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... the RV for zillionth time during the day so we'd be ready to pull out early in the morning on Friday, 2/28 to head over to West World in Scottsdale to meet up with Lacie at the dog show. We've found that "early" has a broad definition when traveling. As we were leaving, we stopped for a short chat with a woman and her mother who had slept in a tent near us. "Short" turned out to be as fluid ...
... for the day but they did not materialize! We stayed in pj’s all day, reading, puzzles and so on-one of our lazy days. I love having them, and I think we all need them now and then! Time for pool and then out to Yen Ching for dinner. We ended up talking till almost 2 am and then read a LONG chapter in Dracula so not to sleep till almost 3am. That is ok, we are ‘old retired’ people and we can sleep in tomorrow morning.
... Penny, for me, Tank, for Robin, and I cannot remember Mark and Svietas.. we soon set off with bottled waters in the saddle bags and It was not long until we spotted a wild coyote and a jack rabbit, whose huge long ears were hard to miss..definately a cross between a rabbit and a hare..we also saw birds of prey and plenty of cacti..
Our guide was wearing the compulsory cowboy outfit with tassles , real silver spurs on his boots and a leather ...
... to head back up route 17 to Sedona. Yes, we passed through on our way down, but we weren't sure if the roads would be sufficient for campers. They told us at the desk it was about an hour's drive...ended up being almost an hour and a half, but totally worth it!
First you start seeing sights from Red Rock National Park. The view is gorgeous and it just keeps coming! If you've never been to Sedona, put it on your bucket list! It's just beautiful. A friend from school told us ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking