Western Spirit Enrichment Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and unexpected joy - hoping that the rock I'm skipping to is going to hold you long enough to get to the next! The dogs absolutely loved it and had a dog smile the whole time. No one fell in.....entirely anyway. About the time that what we now know was only about 30% through, we were starting to wonder "are we there yet". Although probably one of the most beautiful, the hike was pretty ...
... with little wooden bridges. So we are hiking right along, heading back down, Deb is in the lead and sees some movement on the path. Did we mention that this is rattlesnake season? Well, you never saw somebody back up the trail so fast. So we looked at the rattler and he looked at us...no rattling, just flicking his tongue and checking us out. Well, we left the path and climbed down the rocks, hoping they wouldn't slide and got out of there pronto! That was ...
... The jeeps are highly modified to accommodate the rough terrain.
We go up and down, bounce around and manage to fall out. We did get to walk around some of the rocks and see a fault line and evidence of how much the rocks actually shifted in the last million years. The rocks are amazing and they get their color from iron oxide. Surprising the content of iron oxide is less than 1 percent.
... back looking for me. It won't surprise you to hear that a lot of movies were shot around here, including some of John Ford’s "Stagecoach", and Sedona is sometimes referred to as Little Hollywood.
As it got dark (and cold) I threw the dice on Hotwire, which sent me to Poco Diablo - a golf resort, 5 minutes down the road. After a hot shower, I drop into Javelina Cantina for a margarita and steak fajitas, flushed and still buzzing from the impressions of Red Rock Canyon.
... a little chilly, but still clear and dry enough to hit the trail. I drove to a hiking trail just south of the Village of Oak Creek, and a little south of Sedona. The trail I set off on was a 3.6 mile trail called the Bell Rock Pathway.
The entire area was beautiful. It was surrounded on all sides by massive buttes and the aforementioned Bell Rock. Bell Rock gets it name from it's bell shape. On further research, I read that it's known as an ...