Briar Patch Inn
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... town we drove through while going from Monument Valley to Moab. It's insane to think that these rocks stay still, but are actually under constant re-construction. Someday, that rock will fall and no more Balanced Rock. After our hike we drove out of the park and went on an adventure to find Faux Falls, a small set of falls we'd read about on-line near Ken's Lake, a small recreation area just outside of town. It took some time; we drove up a very steep hill that we decided ...
... They were made in Albuquerque, New Mexico, so not exactly local, but very pretty.
The Church of the Holy Cross is a chapel built high into the deep red rocks of the surrounding mountains. The chapel was inspired and commissioned by local rancher and sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude, who had been inspired in 1932 by the newly constructed Empire State Building to build such a church. After an attempt to do so in Europe, with the help of the ...
... amplified devices are allowed.
It was a 20 minute drive to touristy Sedona
Had a wonderful time here exploring the Sedona area! Beautiful! You could easily spend a week, if not longer, exploring all the neat places.
Fire wood was available at the camp. It was cool at night.
... desert gardens, and tall columns of pinyon and large ponderosa pines. There are some beautiful houses and a resort in the valley. The canyon abruptly narrows and steepens up a shifting path beside a wash, with the sky a canopy of trees and the ground a carpet of leaves and, horror of horrors ... snow, albeit melting.
The trail was flanked by crooked bushes with extremely smooth, reddish brown twisted branches. They say the trees are ...
... was a busy road that cut right through Flag so it was well traveled and previous motorists created some ruts for me. The beginning of it was the famous Route 66. I got through with no problem. Same thing on the highway. Snow can't mess with a man in his Charger.
As I descended down from the high country, the level of snowfall did decrease. Once I reached the exit off I-17, the only snow to be seen was the snow falling off my car. It was overcast ...