Apple Orchard Inn
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... and unexpected joy - hoping that the rock I'm skipping to is going to hold you long enough to get to the next! The dogs absolutely loved it and had a dog smile the whole time. No one fell in.....entirely anyway. About the time that what we now know was only about 30% through, we were starting to wonder "are we there yet". Although probably one of the most beautiful, the hike was pretty ...
... filled our water pack and set out on the trail to O'Leary Lookout. It was a five mile hike and uphill, as you can imagine. We put in three-quarters of an hour up and decided to turn around. We're at the 7,000+ altitude, so our breath "came in short pants," as my father often said in the high mountains. We saw lots of lava from the Sunset Volcano and lots of Ponderosa Pines. There were even, surprisingly, a number of Quaking Aspen trees. A number ...
... by a glass of vino for Kaitlyn and an ice cold margarita for me. Once the food and booze was finished we decided to seek out Sedona’s own Oak Creek Brewery. We decided to go to the brew pub instead of the brewery because we were not sure if we were still hungry. Upon arrival we decided that beer would be all that we needed although the wings and salads that came out looked pretty good. I had their summer IPA which was decent but fell a little ...
... a car for park entry (vs. $15 for Joshua Tree) so bring a friend to split the cost. The Grand Canyon is about as epic as you could have expected, just give yourself some time to hike to the bottom (during the warmer months to avoid any snow). After a few hours at the Grand Canyon I made a trip to Wally World to buy some necessities and ...
... It was fun to walk around Tlaquepaque in the afternoon sunshine. We had lunch at Javalina Cantina, a Mexican restaurant recommended by a local we met at the Airport Mesa. Wonderful food. We loved the Gambel's Quails hanging around in the creek bed below our outdoor table - they have a cute little "cuck" on their head that made me giggle.
On Thursday, we took the road north through the Coconino National Forest and Oak Creek Canyon, a 16 mile scenic ...