Cathedral Rock Lodge
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... that you look, you want to capture
another memory of the canyon so we all took heaps of photos. We took
selfies, moved along and took some more, were amazed at the Americans
who step in front of where you have been patiently waiting to take a
shot (and I have to say, I counted probably 10+ other languages
spoken and it was always the Americans that didn't pay attention to
others around them) walked ...
... the red dirt but maybe the cushion but it was in a round shape around the room and that would be awkward . . . and at that moment I welcomed her intrusion to tell me to stop.
We're off now for a 3 hour Pink Jeep Tour and when I sang "A three hour tour!" to the nice lady on the phone and then asked her how often she had to hear that she said in a really nice voice "often."
Love to all, Georgia
... br> At one point I'd wondered if it was worth staying in Cottonwood but driving through it made me glad that I'd chosen Flagstaff. Cottonwood has a nice enough restored main street but that's about it. It was rather odd driving into this street as I felt I almost knew it from the hours driving round it on google street view whilst researching the trip.
Nearby was the Verde Canyon Railway so we thought we'd drop in and see what it was about ...
... to take the RV through. Luckily no major damage was done. We started hiking and were thankful that this trail was better marked than our experience in Nevada. Being tired, we hiked slowly up a dirt path that turned into a rocky path that turned into these huge flat rocks where 4 x 4 vehicles were actually driving on. Apparently in Sedona these Pink Jeep Tours are very popular, but we thought it was too expensive. We decided not to hike the entire way ...
... RV park in Sedona that we knew of). As we drove through, it seemed like there was plenty to do and we thought we would just stay there in town to save on driving. For the first time on our trip, when we tried to get a spot at an RV park they were full. Having been mostly unsuccessful at doing or seeing anything for most of the day, we thought we'd head over to Slide Rock State Park since we had heard good things about it. We wanted to at least have a ...
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