Western Spirit Enrichment Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Creek Brewery in a weird business center off a side street.
After lunch we heard about this chapel built into the mountain, so we went to check it out. Of course the one downside to the RV is parking it. We were stopped just as we were entering the parking lot by a gentleman who said we couldn’t park in there and that there were signs along the road indicating this. Yeah the only sign we saw anywhere was the one directly behind him that we ...
So here we are in Sedona. Got an early start today because the temp is predicted to be 97 degrees. First stop is the Red Rock State Park. There are hiking trails and we chose a hike about 2 1/2 miles long, only an increase of elevation of 300 feet. We can do this. Trail over a small river, up many switchbacks, the trail map is okay but trail is not very well marked. Wonderful vistas along the way. All the rocks are red...imagine that. A small river runs through ...
... good conversation with the guy working The Hut. It was nice to feel at home all the way out in AZ.After The Hut we wandered around Flagstaff stopping at The Lumberjack Brew Pub (very Great Dane-esque) and Altitudes Bar for some more local beers, a really cool coffee shop I cannot remember the name of and Kaitlyn even found some new hiking shoes. We had both been hiking in our old running shoes which were devoid of any grip. I was forced to buy a new pair ...
... It was fun to walk around Tlaquepaque in the afternoon sunshine. We had lunch at Javalina Cantina, a Mexican restaurant recommended by a local we met at the Airport Mesa. Wonderful food. We loved the Gambel's Quails hanging around in the creek bed below our outdoor table - they have a cute little "cuck" on their head that made me giggle.
On Thursday, we took the road north through the Coconino National Forest and Oak Creek Canyon, a 16 mile scenic ...
... reasoning behind this but it sounds cool. However, I didn't attempt to climb to the top to try to "soar to new heights." There are plenty of drugs for that...just kidding...
I did hike the Pathway which went to and then around Bell Rock and then continued to hike around a large butte called Courthouse Butte. The area was all red rock and scrub forest. It was beautiful on all sides. About halfway into the trip, the sun began to peak out of the ...