Woodland Farmhouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not to do another day at the Grand Canyon So we drove to Sedona, AZ this morning. It was an easy drive and well worth it. It's beautiful, seems to be a mix of the red rock formations of Utah that we liked but also very green in the surrounding areas. Our RV spot is the best we've had. We got settled and went to the Sedona golf resort this afternoon. We played 9 but were then rained out. We'll go back tomorrow! I could spend a week here easily. ...
... Mom and Dad I have the video! Later we did the Luge and Bobsled a couple of times each. I think they're called different names in the summer. We had a blast today and are tuckered out. Tomorrow we head to Teton Village near Jackson Hole, WY for 3 ...
... and I took Duke, Koah, and Blue for a walk along the creek. As we walked, it started to rain, but it was only a sprinkle, so we kept going. The grass was really high, and the youngsters (Blue and Koah) kept pulling on their leashes, so we decided to take a walk to the origin without the dogs later. We crossed the creek utilizing a fallen log. Duke followed me deftly across, but Blue and Koah opted to splash through the stream. They were rambunctious, but what I though was ...
... seating and outbursts from passengers. We're happy to be on the last leg of the trip, but we have to stop to get groceries for the next few days. We found a really nice Smiths and commenced shopping. Mom and I disjointedly roamed the store looking for bug spray and flea collars. We forgot several items, but we didn't care by the time we got to the car. We were over it! We packed up ...
Yesterday, just incase you were looking, you could find me and my bike in a heap by the side of the road. I wasn't in a bike accident. I had stopped to adjust my gps when my legs collapsed dropping me into a leafless rose bush. I could smell the earthy mud that now coated my right leg and dozens of little thorns pricked me every move I made. To make things worse my legs seemed to be completely ...