Days Inn Kokopelli Sedona
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... name stuck.
There is an information centre that charges admission and about a half a kilometer paved walkway that runs below the cliff. I was asking a ranger for more information but suddenly another tourist fell off a bench and started screaming in pain. I didn't see what happened but she was quite a young woman and the bench was just ...
... was a chance for us to get our bearings and figure some things out. We drove around town and checked out some scenery and explored a bit of Oak Creek Canyon. If you remember, this is where all the terrible forest fires were in May. Unfortunately, many of the trails, campgrounds and water access ways are still closed because of this. Some of the trees right next to the road were black. We tried to go to Slide Rock which is a part of Oak Creek that has formed ...
... is still in it's natural state. Particularly out West, there's so much land that appears not to have human intervention, except for the road the cuts through. The land here is peculiar, too -- in Arches there are petrified sand dunes, and driving north from Moab to Salt Lake City it appears that the mountain range is made of the same thing (though I don't know this is true). Cross your fingers for a easy, though long (6 hours today) drive into SLC, following by fireworks to celebrate the ...
... and ice-cream.
Actually the ice-cream had been made with an ancient John Deere churn, so we felt we had to try it, specially as they had coffee flavour.
"One scoop, two or three?"
Feeling virtuous, we opted for just one.
Oh my. The just one option was equal to about three back home and was enormous!
We struggled through it manfully as we explored the outlet part of the deal.
Many of the same shops we had seen before... And oh yes, Kate even managed to ...
... much carbon dioxide because of the limestone it passes through, that fish cannot survive in it. However, there are five species of life that live in the water there that live nowhere else on earth!
We, that concludes our stay in Sedona. We are off to Lake Havasu State Park for 2 weeks. We will not have internet access there, so will depend on wifi access at cafes, etc to stay in touch (other than texting, which we think will still be fine).