Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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... dried strawberries and blueberries. There was also avocado, tomatoes, and cucumbers on the side. This lunch, Dan brought salt and vinegar flavored Pringles, and they were finished by us shortly after lunch. Dan joked about some things that he did when he was a boy scout. One of the things that they did was pour some water into a dirty pot, then swirl it around and drink it. It seemed really gross but it was just what you ate for lunch ...
Busy morning again and a lazy afternoon. We learned quickly that early mornings and late afternoons are the best times to be out and about.
We had an 8am jeep tour scheduled for Sedona. Thankfully, our meeting place was 5 mins from here and we ran in, just in the nick of time. It was rough getting up this morning. We picked up a couple from Texas at their hotel and we were off. Our guide ...
... was unable to verify) of a group of Apaches being chased up the cliffs by the cavalry.
The Apaches chose to leap from the cliffs rather than be taken prisoners. Did anyone ever attempt to ride a horse up the face of that hill?
Articles have been written debunking the whole vortex idea. Some say Sedona is a town built on a hoax, while others believe it is a holy place."
Now that is your woo-woo thought for the day.
[with thanks to the Verde ...
... as someone was so concerned about getting to the Grand Canyon, we missed the turnoff to see the Hoover dam to save 40 minutes thinking we would see it going over the bridge. That didn't happen, no view at all. I'm rather annoyed about that, it's one of the three things that I really wanted to see. If we had stuck to the original plan on leaving at 6am we would have probably been able to do it. Unfortunately we can't take into account ...
... out in the dark. We ended up turning around when we saw a couple on a steep rocky incline that seemed near the end of the canyon, who told us the end was ... you guessed it, about 1/2 hour away. Argh! This trail seriously needs some mile markers!
When we got home, we googled pictures of the vortex at the end of the trail. Apparently there is often a man playing the flute on the top of the vortex. Based on the comments in the visitor ...