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... off the cliff!! LOL!!
We then rode to the Chapel of the Holy Cross which is a church built into the red rocks. It was built in 1956 by Marguerite Brunwige Staude, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Tonight we headed back down to Cottonwood for a dinner and show at a cowboy ranch. Bernie had a lesson on how to rope a steer and would you believe he did it after only the second try!
Great job, Bernie!!!
... has accomplished a "coffee break" already. We have an Immunity class at 11:00 today with Dr. Stears. Our favorite chef is here today, so we had a good lunch (for as good as unseasoned, overcooked veggies can get). We had a nice rest after lunch & Nancy is busy with another "coffee break" now. I am scheduled to take a sauna. It appears daily on my wellness plan. We had a restful afternoon & live music ...
... We could see part of the Milky Way and more stars than I could imagine. Laying on the launch pad looking up and feeling the wind, it felt as though we might fall up into the sky.
The most terrifying part of the evening was driving back. We now drove DOWN the hairpin turns in the mountain, with a sheer drop on the side… in the dark. After about 65 near death experiences, we made it to the base and back towards Sedona for the night. ...
... which is fantastic for people watching and just generally whiling away the hours. We started our day with a coffee in said spot and chatted away whilst we watched the world pass us by. After a little time here e decided to go indoors and gamble away some of our money. Now, usually, I am not one to gamble. I don't play the lottery. Scratch cards and I won't upgrade from the 1p slot machines at cleathorpes! Still, I found this gamble long in ...
... Upon a recommendation we drove to Jerome, AZ. We found a couple of interesting things to see (an old mining operation, a ghost town, an old truck garaged in a rock wall) but mostly the scenery was spectacular. Windy roads, up an up and down again. Had lunch at the Haunted Hamburger....wonderful food...and took a selfie! Until ...