Cabins On Strawberry Hill
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... about going to the Storytellers Gourmet Steakhouse until we realized we'd have to sell the RV, the Cabo house, and borrow money from wealthy friends to eat there. No hoity toity pretentious place for us, dang it. 'Course, if I had a younger, trophy woman......WAIT....I'm just joking. Stop yelling. I'm sorry. Really. Kidding. Short skirts sounds intriguing tho WHAP.
... set off to check out the red mts....first Beel Rock where we stopped and checked out the trail head into the canyon. I bought 2 turquoise bracelets from a Navaho couple at the site ...2 for 10:00 .....stocking stuffers for Claire and Kara. The wife was expecting her second baby in December and looked ready to deliver ant minute. Beside Bell Rock was Courthouse rock...massive striations of red Sandstone and a few limestone ...
... The north rim is much quieter and peaceful than the south rim, with less visitors and a more natural environment. Only a couple of viewpoints were crowded and not a lot of people once you are on the trails. The nighttime weather was cool, since it was Sept., but daytime temps were great for hiking. and the scenery and foliage were spectacular.
No doubt the serenity, calmness and view are very nice in grand canyon national park. ...
... We drove by several formations ... Cathedral Rock, Castle Rock, Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and Snoopy Rock. There are tons of trails to each of these different formations but it was extremely hot ... over 90 degrees .. by the time we drove though so we just walked a short way out to get some good pictures.
Had a great day all in all but I'm sure glad we are in the mountains .. much cooler than down in that desert.
Awesome little bit of history here of the Sinagua Indians located just south of Sedona and north of Camp Verde, AZ off of Interstate 17. The Indians built this 5 story 20 room dwelling sometime between 1100 and 1300. It occupies a cliff recess 100 feet above the valley floor. This is a nice "quickie" 30 minute visit to stretch your legs and see some history on your way up to Flagstaff. Check it ...