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Written by Corey
When we left Phoenix, we really hadn't put together much of a plan for the next few days. We knew of a couple of RV parks near Sedona, so we figured we'd just make the short drive and figure it out when we got there.
The drive from Phoenix to Sedona was nice. Somehow our GPS took us on a route that bypassed the popular scenic drive, but it was still pretty. We drove through Verde Valley and then into the Sedona area. I had ...
... I tried to find dog-friendly accommodations in Jerome, but wasn't having any luck. It was too late to try calling anyone, so we decided to head out for Jerome the next day and figure out a place to stay on the road. Cassie had given Laura a jet pack before the trip, so we have our own mobile hot spot. How cool is that?
Here are the boys in their multi-tiered lounging area that ...
... of the trip - Wild by Cheryl Strayer. Frankki gave it to me and insisted that I would get a lot out of it while traveling. She was right. It was a great read for the trip. The guy on the Sedona jeep tour had read it too so we got to talking about how much it related to what we were doing, but not near as strenuous.
Before I left town Monday morning, stopped in for a cup of "love" from the local coffee shop, Flatiron.
What I learned ...
... was just a short walk so we started off with sandals, no water...ie not well prepared. After asking some nice folks from OK, we found that we had a long walk ahead of us and elected to pass on the rock with powers.
We did see some beautiful views here. The village of Oak Creek was very nice...high end, classy, etc. The OK folks had spent a week in a time share there and said that the town wouldnt allow walmart into town, and only one ...
... when she got off. The deal was, a freshly made juice from fruits and vegetables for a dinner and conversation. I walked around this quaint ghost town to kill time taking photos and instagramming like it was my job. I got some great photos and a frozen banana covered in chocolate (so good!) When it was time to walk back to her apartment (the next street up) we walked another coworker to her house, laughed, killed spiders with brooms and broke window panes along with making new gangster ...