Los Abrigados Lodge
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The promise of running model trains for two days lured me to Sedona for a long weekend adventure. My friend Phil flew in from Portland and we drove up from Tucson. Stayed at La Quinta in Oak Creek village. I had not been to Sedona since late 60's when I hitchhiked through on college vacation. While I had seen pictures of the area, I hadn't realized the majesty of the red rock and the area has really grown up thanks ...
... travelling but that didn't stop us from name dropping every place we had ever visited on 'previous holidays,' and also that we are visiting Rio de Janeiro for New Years for a 'short winter break.' The woman couldn't believe it when we told her we couldn't afford the initial $80,000 investment, especially after we told her we were staying in the 5* Fairmont Hotel in San Fransisco (thank Paul & Jean). What an unexpected and eventful 24 ...
... late summer wildflowers were evident and added great variety to the hike.
It's very quiet here with a nice breeze and few critters to be seen. There are unique squirrels with tufts of hair on the ears which gives them a rabbit-like appearance. Lynn saw a few of them yesterday.
Tomorrow we'll travel via The Gap up to Jacob Lake FSCG for another two nights. We hope to find water somewhere enroute so we can camp in comfort. ...
... take the scenic route to Sedona but the road was closed due to a fire. As we came in to Oak Creek we were stunned by the red cliff before us. We got to Sedona to find we were surrounded by red rock cliffs.
The town has a reputation for being new age. There are many yoga and psychic reading places. The town seems to have strict policies on buildings. They are all painted in muted colours and the roofs are also ochre earth colours.
... br> I find my cheap hotel, it's near down town and go to check in. I'm ready to chill for a bit. I get my room and head in, I open the door and bam, there's a dude sleeping on the bed, and the rooms a mess. I quickly shut the door and headed to the office. I explained that room 106 was occupied. The lady working the desk looked perplexed. She checked the register, 'Oh yes, there is. So sorry. 108.' I was expecting much of the same but this room ...