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... Apparently, "really cool people" gather somewhere and watch the moon rise and then play all kind of instruments. He -- and I am not making this up -- tried playing his one instrument but it was a banjo and it "just doesn't work with the mood." I'm sorry I missed that.
We saw the Painted Desert from the perch of a tower built by Mary Colter, a strong-willed, fiercely independent, chain smoking architect (an accomplishment in itself ...
... to drive it. You may recall in the news, reports of wildfires in Arizona and many road/park closings. Well this was the area that was affected by those wildfires. Luckily it had been contained but along the way you could see the scorched areas. Our RV campground is right off this highway in Sedona and we made it!
P.S. Any 90's child should know what the blog title references.
... to Trailer Village. It was no problem for Kristine to park behind the camper in her rental car or set up her tent at our site -- something impossible to do in some of the other parks, such as Yellowstone. We got things set up, but Abe spent the majority of the afternoon working on the window. Once he determined that he couldn't fix it, we noticed the camper bathroom sink leaking underneath the camper. After he got that fixed, the bathroom door in the camper came off the ...
... around to join onto the back of the car park. Right next to my car as it turned out. I climb in and go off looking for a nearby creek crossing that seemed to allow you to drive around the biggest butte called the cathedral. But the crossing was part of a state ranch and typically, required money to enter. So, as it was getting late, I decided to head home. I drove back through the canyon that had impressed me so much earlier, up and out and headed back to flagstaff.
... Diane and I decided to get tickets for the $15/ 1 hour trolley ride into the Canyons. We had to wait until 11am for the trolley, so we did what self-respecting women did....we went SHOPPING! Not too many of the shops were open at 9am, but we found a few to take our money. We ended up getting some Himalayan salt lamps (I got mine for 50% off because we bought two; it's smaller but still pretty!). I also bought some small souvenirs, then found ...