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... 8211; a hand-held strap following daddy uphill, which gave some psychological motivation and literal uphill pull when needed. Sam Jackson became the reptile photographic aficionado: he was determined to locate lizards, insects, or any other living creature we might find in the desolation that is the northern Arizona desert. Not only did he photograph at least 3 different lizards (of different breeds), but he captured (on digital memory) a ...
... Rancho Sedona RV Campground. Lovely spot on the river, just a short walk to town, a different short walk to pick up trails into the mountains.
Jennie said that after traveling through Sedona she understands why people get all mystic-ee, and I have to agree, we truly experienced an unusual degree of peaceful easy feelings in our days there.
... next destination and we travelled via Lake Powell. It’s a man made ...
... would share bunk beds! My face was centimetres from the celling…I was too scared to use any of the duvets, sheets they provided so I literally slept all night with rowans rubber ring for a pillow and 2 jumpers as a duvet(it’s not as hot here as in Vegas). At one point in the night I ended up in the bottom bunk with Maw and doodie because in a dreamy state I thought I saw a spider…..only on a momo holiday!!
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... ride and I thank daughter Jaime for the Heads up on it, we are all so pleased we came to Sedona because it is stunning. All the dwellings have to blend in with the surrounds, McDonalds has a small green "M" and KFC blended in so much they went broke !!
Mike sent us up the mountain to an old mining town " Jerome" about a 30 minute drive South of town. It was a lot of fun all these old buildings turned all Art & Crafty. We found ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center