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... nice well-paved trail that loops around the rim so you can see the various structures. There is a more rigorous trail that loops down into the canyon but we opted for the easy one. It's hard to catch your breath sometimes in the higher altitude. Spent about an hour at that park which was seemed to be popular with the schools as there were about two bus loads of kids at this monument.
On October 3 our RV was finally ready and we left Sedona for our trip home. We started with a white Pedzi, and ended up with a red Pedzi. We will be home late on Oct. 5.
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... a safer perspective.
The whole two hour tour was superb. What an adrenaline rush!
On the last really steep descent which was basically a rocky staircase which she carefully bumped us down one rock at a time, I casually and facetioulsy said to Kate who was sitting in the favoured passenger seat in the front next to the driver, "After this you should feel OK with my driving..." to which she replied, "Oh, no. I feel totally safe with Sindy."
Left motel around 9am heading for Phoenix, nothing much to see lots of flat farmland, closer to the city though lots of traffic and highways, all the billboards are in Spanish here so I guess the majority of the population are Spanish speaking. Karen, a friend of Neal & Tina's, had given us the address of her mother in Phoenix to go visit and maybe stay overnight so we put the address in TomTom and found that she lived in a really ...
... through time.
There are signs at all these sights with a snake on them which say "stay on the paved paths". Apparently, the snakes read these signs and obey them. Laurie just barely missed stepping on a snake coming up one of the paths. She startled it and it went across the path. It was just a garter snake and no big deal. He slid off in the brush and watched us as we passed. I assume after we left, he got back ...