The Red Agave Resort
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... snow on them in the distance. Unfortunately Sedona has had a Wildfire burning in one of the Canyons so lot of smoke around. Didn't get any of the rain we had earlier in the day. We didn't arrive here until after dark(8pm). Eyes peeled for Elk on the road after dark... Saw none of those either. We finally arrived and thankfully the hotel has free Wifi, it is Very ...
... trails for awhile to see where it went & then we would turn around if it became too difficult. Soon after starting on the new path mr started to struggle a bit more with listening so we decided to put him in the carrier where he stayed for quite a bit of the walk. It was a pretty good workout for me. He finally got down again about 3/4 of the way through, in time to cross two more bridges that did not have railings & were a bit narrow. Both kids did great not freezing up on ...
... heading east. We've allowed ourselves nearly a week to get home.....to allow exploring route 66 along the way. We're going free form from here out.....going where the day takes us. We expect interesting stuff the next few days!
Quote of the day: "I ain't jumping in that damn hot tub again."- Bill
Song of the day: Mountain sound- Of Monsters and Men
... was chance of rain but it didn't affect us, it was just sprinkling. There were really nice clouds and pretty vistas. We took another short hike after that to Fay Canyon which was also nice. I read somewhere Sedona has something like 220 hiking trails. We ate dinner out on our last night together at the Elote Cafe, which was phenomenal. I bought their cookbook the next ...
This was the highlight of the day. The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic Chapel built on red rocks against a background of red rocks and sits high in the hills with the most fantastic view you can imagine. The opening picture of the plaques are outside the front doors tells a little bit of the story and the church is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The first pictures are from the bottom looking up and it ...