Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
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... No high heels involved either so ??
After we left that site we drove back into Sedona and just poked around town and had lunch. In addition to the usual tourist shops there were some really interesting ones. One place sold all recycled/repurposed items and they had some great stuff - purses made out of inner tubes, lamps out of metal and empty ...
... natural water slide and swimming pool, but this was also closed. Because of the fires on the mountains, all the ash, animal poop and dirt are all being washed into the creek; there is no grass or vegetation to hold anything back. The bacteria count is pretty high right now. You can see some of the washout areas along the road too, assuming from rain, but not sure. It was too bad, as all this morning, until about 1pm, the sky was overcast and the temp was about ...
... THE DAY. Mind you, it is 5 am and already almost 90. As we drove toward Lake Mead with the hopes of crossing into Arizona, I spied a 24hour Vatozone, where a man identical in features to Scotty Schrome helped me into a can of r124a inferior refrigerant. After snugging the lines I attempted to recharge the system. There was an obvious leak coming from the accumulator. A quick trip back in yielded the appropriate part to secure the line (see picture titled, "$3.99 AC fix." It took ...
... to some of the others was nice.
By the time Kate was ready to leave I had had it and was not interested in food, so I suggested she go off with Sisi and find something and. I came back to the hotel for some much needed space.
Yes, sometimes the missing cuts through one like a knife and I haven't even got the breath to express the depth of pain.
Forrest Gump was wrong. Life is not like a box of chocolates, but all too often more like a blunt pencil... pointless.
... back looking for me. It won't surprise you to hear that a lot of movies were shot around here, including some of John Ford’s "Stagecoach", and Sedona is sometimes referred to as Little Hollywood.
As it got dark (and cold) I threw the dice on Hotwire, which sent me to Poco Diablo - a golf resort, 5 minutes down the road. After a hot shower, I drop into Javelina Cantina for a margarita and steak fajitas, flushed and still buzzing from the impressions of Red Rock Canyon.