Sedona Dream Maker Bed & Breakfast
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We left in the Smart Cars and drove through and around Sedona. We parked in town and checked out some of the shops. We had a great lunch at a brew pub. Came back to camp and I worked on the blog. Around 7 p.m. we had the shuttle to the casino pick us up and take us to gamble away the free money the campground gave us. We lost the first $20 and got a bite to eat. Peggy and Eddie were the gamblers. Peggy proceeded to lose Tommy's free $20 and Eddie and I cashed out at $24.72. We were ...
What a place. Real old western town now more modern and absolutely lovely. Surrounded by mountains and trees with snow on the top. Like a postcard. Fantastic roads riding up towards Flagstaff. Gotta mention the trains again. It's no wonder Hobos ride them. They go real slow and around half a mile long. You can imagine just slipping in quietly and sleeping for miles. I counted another 130 carriages again on the last one. If you get held up at an open crossing ...
Next step, Friday to Friday at The Ridge on Sedona. After a short, sunny, spectacular drive north to Sedona we checked in to our studio condo and started our tour of jaw dropping sights. We mapped out a week plan of alternating golf, hikes and tours, snapped some photos, ate and drank.... etc ...
... Sedona, and is actually in a Vortex. The concept of the Vortex is big here, being a New Age sort of mystical concept with Man and Woman Vortexes (Enchantment has both!) that allow one to connect to an "otherness." Pete says if you ask 100 people what a Vortex is you'll get 100 answers, but it certainly has something to do with cell service because though we can get it anywhere in Sedona, we cannot get it in the ...
... Creek Brewery in a weird business center off a side street.
After lunch we heard about this chapel built into the mountain, so we went to check it out. Of course the one downside to the RV is parking it. We were stopped just as we were entering the parking lot by a gentleman who said we couldn’t park in there and that there were signs along the road indicating this. Yeah the only sign we saw anywhere was the one directly behind him that we ...