The Penrose B&B
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... run from the car, take a quick picture or three and back to the comfort of the air conditioned car. But the journey to this beautiful part of Arizona was fantastic and I'm so glad we had this opportunity.
The highlight for me was the Chapel on the hillside called The Chapel of the Holy Cross. The building was mostly black, which was a fantastic contrast with the red hills as a background.
Here inside the simple decor meant more spiritually to ...
... the best speech I could muster up at the time about conquering fears and then let him decide on his own. He went back to try it, but couldn't get himself to do it so we told him we knew exactly how he felt and that maybe we could come back another time and try it when it wasn't so cold. We still weren't sure if we should have done more to encourage him, but we do know that feeling well and hoped that he would feel more confident about it another day so ...
... through a couple of roundabouts we made it to our hotel. We ended up getting room 112 on the bottom floor. There are no elevators just a sidewalk on the side of the building that leads to each level & stairs down the middle & on the other side. I stayed with the children while Jon kindly got all the luggage. Once we unpacked & settled in, we decided to go to a local brewery for dinner, recommended by a friend. It turned out to be a good ...
... record. The AAA guidebook shows much more moderate temps for October and November than I have encountered. After checking the weather forecast for Sedona and several towns in New Mexico, I've decided that it's
time to head East to try to beat the freezing night temperatures.
I have air conditioning and heating systems in the MH that keep me cool or toasty. The heater tends to be loud and to disturb my sleep ...
... pointed out a variety of native plants and some that had been brought in by the previous owners. Earlier in the month the park had a lot of rain and several of the bridges over Oak Creek were washed out. Luckily for us one of them had been repaired just last week so we were able to see everything.