The Red Agave Resort
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Staying with my friend sue and her husband, Julius, in Prescott until next week. We Took a trip to Sedona on Friday to see the beautiful red rock and canyons. It was a beautiful day and perfect weather. Julius drove us around and stopped at all the great picture taking locations so we could hop in and out.
Surprisingly, the best view of the surrounding canyons can be found at the airport!
There is a spot called chapel hill where there is a church built ...
One word to those who haven't been to the Grand Canyon: Go.
I won't even try to decribe its beauty, manificence, enormous-ness. Created over 2 billion years you see layers of color created by crashing plates, massive volcanoes, monsoons and the Colorado River. One huge layer of golden rock means it was a desert for a few million years.
It is understandably one of the 7 Wonders of the world.
On a perfect day with crisp ...
... to see what the Eagles were at when he recorded the song. We then went to Jack Rabbit The sign read This is it. It was a Trading Store with signs from Chicago saying 2052 miles to Jack Rabbit trading place. Finally we went to Meteor Crater see photos from bottom, as in Starman the movie. then onto Flagstaff were we stopped for the night, Grand Canyon ...
... area as the sunset progressed. Watching the sunset in Sedona is more about the rocks and the shadows on the mountains than it is about the sky and the clouds. We got back in the truck after the sun had set and headed back to Flagstaff. Even though there was still a ton more we could have done and seen in Sedona, we at least felt like we had experienced the Sedona that we had heard about. We considered coming back for another day, but Flagstaff was waiting.
... some cards and called it an evening. The forecast for the next day called for high winds so we decided it would be a good day to hit up Flagstaff instead of hiking the red sands around Sedona. It turned out to be a perfect day, no winds. This made me very happy since we started the day with a round of disc at Thorpe Park on a recommendation from our buddy Ferris who had gone to school out there. It was a good course, a nice mix of open space and ...