Apple Orchard Inn
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Staying with my friend sue and her husband, Julius, in Prescott until next week. We Took a trip to Sedona on Friday to see the beautiful red rock and canyons. It was a beautiful day and perfect weather. Julius drove us around and stopped at all the great picture taking locations so we could hop in and out.
Surprisingly, the best view of the surrounding canyons can be found at the airport!
There is a spot called chapel hill where there is a church built ...
... roadside parking. This doubled our total hike by adding about 2 miles, but allowed us to advance to the Devil’s Bridge trailhead via a vast open desert area which rapidly descended into mostly tree-covered landscape. It was unexpectedly beautiful and lush. This is not your Father’s desert!
In-between birding events and hiking we explored the towns of Jerome and Cottonwood. Jerome is known as the City in the Sky and after driving the ...
... 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 ...
... and we decided to go out to dinner to an Italian restaurant called Picazzo’s Organic Italian Kitchen where almost everything was gluten-free, but it received great reviews on Yelp. It was very busy, and the food was good. It doesn’t beat Fellini’s of course. I don’t think anything could ever beat Fellini’s. Then it was back to the RV park for our last night in Sedona.
Sedona is great if you own a 4x4 vehicle and not an ...
... dinner and, with the help of our microwave, s'mores for dessert. It was great to see Mary again. I've known her for most of my life (since I was 5), but I hadn't seen her in about 15 years. Troy is a college track and field coach. Anyone familiar with me probably wouldn't expect us to have much to talk about, as I avoid running and similar activities, but we had some great conversation. We were all excited to have our ...