Briar Patch Inn
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Took the slow mountain road to Sedona from California. It was very scenic and we discovered some great new towns to explore and that are worth another visit - Jerome and Prescott. Jerome is an amazing little old mining town tucked into the side of a mountain with each street a narrow switchback. It is occupied totally by artists and crafts people. You will swear that you are in Mediterranean ...
... fishing in the Colorado river tomorrow, then go to the Mexican restaurant across from the hotel - it's nowhere near as good as the meal we had on the border at Nogales even though the waitress speaks English so we got what we ordered this time. Better have a Margarita and go back to the hotel as there's nothing much here unless we want to drive to the casino but it's been a lot of driving today so we'll give it a miss and watch Unfaithfull on the TV ...
... cameras and a dumpy middle aged couple from Minnesota who held hands and rubbed each others' knees a lot Jerry got to sit in the front and not get knocked around and I was sideways with little room for my legs and feet and, somehow, always on the wrong side for picture taking. But I unbelted and leaned forward and had a grand time capturing red sandstone with golden stripes every chance I got.
These are not, as ...
... to drive it. You may recall in the news, reports of wildfires in Arizona and many road/park closings. Well this was the area that was affected by those wildfires. Luckily it had been contained but along the way you could see the scorched areas. Our RV campground is right off this highway in Sedona and we made it!
P.S. Any 90's child should know what the blog title references.
We ended up being at Slide Rock longer than we had planned, so we skipped some of the other stuff we had heard about and went on to do some hiking. There's a highway south of Sedona that winds through the red rock formations and has parking for trails throughout the area. We stopped at Bell Rock and hiked around there for a couple of hours. The hike was beautiful and really relaxing. It was neat to see the how the light changed the colors of ...