Garland's Oak Creek Lodge
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... gathered up Carolyn Keene’s, The Dana Girls, and a vintage copy of her favorite book, Jane Eyre. At some point I asked the lady who owned the place if she had any writings from Vladimir Lenin. No response, until I looked her way where she said in a matter of fact tone looking over her glasses, “You mean, Mister Lenin?” Odd, no?
Our next week here will involve more travels, and hitting all these State Parks littered about – a trip to ...
... river snaking along. We stopped at each area to see different views. It was lovely having as long as we wanted to explore. We then proceeded to the Grand Canyon village. We have decided as we have a ticket for the park which lasts a week, when we leave Sedona we will travel to another area but come back to see more of the canyon.We spent most of the day seeing the sights and did not get back until it was ...
... rim (lots of fences but not
everywhere, we saw people climb over and walk out on rock overhangs
without safety barriers. Great shots I imagine but my vertigo was
going into overdrive!) and saw the sun set. As we walked back about
8pm, the sun was almost down and we had supper, watched a short dvd
to chill out before heading to bed. Looking forward to taking the bus
further round the rim tomorrow.
... with snow, but there were lots of mesas and I was expecting to see a Comanche Chief on a horse looking down from any one of them.
Neither of us has ever been to the Grand Canyon, and our trip there is set up for Wednesday.
Jerry figured out the location a few days ago. Trying to help with his packing I did "Copy Image" of the weather.com forecast and made sure it showed no mention of the location. Except, ...
... saguaro cacti all around. We made it through there and thankfully hit Sedona with daylight to view the awesome scenery.
The change in terrain was really dramatic on our road trip, but by far the most striking was driving into Sedona (actually town of Oak Creek first) where the red rocks suddenly emerge out of the Aspen forests and it was like hitting a switch of red light. We checked into our resort, settled in and the kids hit the pool. Our place is ...