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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... side, some faint scratches on some of the rocks. Too easy to miss, and who knows if they guy were indeed done thousands of years ago or maybe only last Tuesday week?
Back into the buzz of Chloride, we explored Payroll Drive, where Shady Lady has spent many years recycling in her own personal way. I felt glad she was not one of my neighbours.... as the final result is interesting to passers by, but I would be a distinct Nimby if anyone started to replicate her efforts where I ...
... climb all the way to the top of the tower but Jon was not overly fussed to climb it so we just went to a middle walk out area. The view from the tower was pretty good seeing pretty far into the distance. Both kids were starting to get hungry though so we headed back out on the road & left the Grand Canyon park behind us. We passed out through the east gate of the park & made our way to Cameron where we found a rather good find of the Cameron ...
... our way back up to the ledges where we thought we might find some ruins, but couldn't spot anything of significance. Great views though, and no regrets about the climb or the search.
Back to town to pick up some fruit and snacks at New Frontiers and then on to our next destination, Schnebley Hill Road. I've driven the road many times before and I was anxious to share it with Esty. The views are awesome. The road, however, was in the worst condition I have ever ...
It was a weird feeling taking a day off from Maggie & flying. The reprieve was much-needed though. We drove Papa out to get his shiny new Lincoln, ran errands, did the obligatory Dallas sightseeing (Pioneer Plaza, City Hall, JFK Memorial, Hillcrest High School ;-) and had a burger at the Burger House. Coupled with cheese fries, Johannes is beginning to appreciate why the average American is slightly larger than the average German. A dip in the ...
The stupa is one of the oldest forms of sacred architecture on earth, dating back to the time of the Buddha, 2600 years ago. Stupas are mostly found in the East, where Buddhism first took root and flourished. They are indeed rare in the West. A stupa is considered to be the living ...
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