Inn on Oak Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Diane and John drove up to Sedona from Phoenix. Dental convention for John and another vacation for Diane. We had a nice afternoon touring a little and having lunch at a hillside restaurant with great views of the red rocks . Now off to El Mirage to see friends Geo & Juanita who winter there, but live in Milford. Enjoy the pics ...
... got formed into the Canyon (the whole thing was under an in-land sea some 100 million years ago), and about the animals we would likely see during our stay. He was great interacting with the kids, and the tour was packed with information. Ben was happy to learn that you could use Pinion Pine (pinion is Spanish for pine, so John told us that many in the park call the trees pine pine) needles had a lot of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and was used by native peoples as a tea ...
We left early around 9 (early for us). Stopped on the way to have a break at the scenic lookout, overlooking the Mohave Lake/dam? Very remote and desolate. Then onto Williams for a look around at all the Memorabilia reRoute 66. Fascinating town but only had a short stay, as had to press on to see the Grand Canyon and it was very Grand! We had a storm whilst there and ...
... cosmic healing, psychic readings, astral healing, cosmic tours, and physics". I am an engineer.....and to quote Sesame Street......"one of these things just doesn't belong here". I remember no cosmic tours/healing, psychic readings, etc. in any of my high school OR college physics classes. Perhaps I should track down my professors and ask why I wasn't taught these things. (This is incredible sarcasm. Including ...
... market and a few shops. Then on the spur of the moment I decided to drive out Route 180 to the Arizona Snowbowl. I had originally planned to take the ski lift up to the top to see some of the foilage in the area from the highest elevation in the area...11,500 feet (Flagstaff is 7,000 feet). But I figure that since it was on 60 degrees in Flagstaff it would be too cold to go up the lift. But we drove out and decided to drive up to the Ski area just to see what we could see. The ride ...