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... t want to throw an axel in the middle of the desert, so we turned back.
We found a different viewpoint on the way back, stopping at the Chapel of the Holy Cross. The chapel is built into one of the rocks, and it has a nice vantage point of the valley.
Back on the relaxation drive, we eventually landed in the hotel pool. There we began our next quest: the quest for the best tamales in town. ...
... The final morning revealed a very different landscape out of our now familiar picture windows in the observation car. Rolling hills and the Allegheny Mountains, rivers and valleys (including the Potomac River Valley), fertile spring forests all dotted with very picturesque houses met our gaze. This bucolic scenery continued as we travelled through the day and into the afternoon, crossing the State lines from Illinois to Ohio ...
... alongside a small creek, very nice area.
Did some hiking the following days and checked out the sites around town. One of out hikes included a hike to Vortex #4, out by the airport. I cant say we felt anything happen spiritual there but it was very nice scenery ...
... What was the catch you ask? Well, Diamond resorts had recently purchased a new hotel in town and were looking for new investors for their timeshare programme. All we had to do was to sit through a presentation the following morning and the helicopter ride and luxury hotel were ours. God bless the United States of America. As we jumped into our second helicopter ride in as many months we couldn't believe our luck and the sunset views ...
... to Coldstone Creamery, which was across from Snoopy Rock. Check out the picture. It looks like Snoopy lying down. I could see me going back to Sedona someday as a trip with Josh to hang out for a few days and go somewhere else. It was what I expected. Then we made our way to campground in Flagstaff, an hour closer to Moab. On Friday night we rearranged some reservations to get to Moab tomorrow night instead of Fri so we can have a full day at ...
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