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... and away from flash floods.
At some point the National Park Service took over the site but by then it had been pretty much looted by treasure hunters. Since they lost the artifacts they don't know much about the people who built it but they know that they were not Aztec as the early American settlers originally thought. It was misnamed "Montezuma" ...
... the kitchen is kind of small. No biggie as we have an huge patio on the ground floor and are literally 10 steps from the pool.
Our resort is right next to a really cute little southwestern market..Tlaquepaque, so we were able to walk over and have dinner with a great view. The temperature was still pretty hot at 9pm, but it was nice to be able to walk around and explore a little. This is not a sleepy town despite the shops closing around 8!
... town we drove through while going from Monument Valley to Moab. It's insane to think that these rocks stay still, but are actually under constant re-construction. Someday, that rock will fall and no more Balanced Rock. After our hike we drove out of the park and went on an adventure to find Faux Falls, a small set of falls we'd read about on-line near Ken's Lake, a small recreation area just outside of town. It took some time; we drove up a very steep hill that we decided ...
... just one king sized bed and a pull out sofa, which we would have to make up.
The evening was to be kicked off at a private viewing at a nearby art gallery, starting at 6pm.
The place breathed money. The wine flowed (it was much more difficult to find some water) and the gallery was dancing with young things heavily made up, fluttering their eyelashes and gushing over the poor husbands who probably held the purse strings.
As a lone woman, Minot dripping ...
... we stopped for a walk. The place reminds me of Misery, the adaptation of Stephen King's thriller with James Caan and Kathy Bates, for some reason.
After an hour or two of mountain passes in the heart of Arizona, it's mostly downhill towards Sedona, in the Verde Valley. Soon after turning onto Highway 179, I caught my first glimpse of the Red Rocks. As I pull off the road and start out on one of the many trails, I'm trying to think of superlatives worthy enough of the ...