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We arrived in Phoenix Arizona from NYC via Chicago yesterday. The driver of the car hired to transport us to LaGuardia set an all time land speed record averaging somewhere around 90 the whole time. We were both thrilled by the added value we felt that service provided. The trip was otherwise uneventful with the flights containing the usual armrest …
... and hopefully a last experience! We did get a great picture though. A very, very quick one! Just a short way further, three deer crossed our path. Deer we can handle. They were very big though. Glad to get back to the truck..it is starting to get pretty hot. Made the drive to Sedona city limits, stopped at the visitor center and learned about jeep rides through the rocks. Spent the rest of the day trying to decide if we wanted to do that. Sadly, we decided ...
... br> At Milepost 24 at the end of a bluff is Turtle Rock. He has a head, shell and even a little turtle sail. Those who traveled through the Canyon as early as 1929 remember this rock formation as having the name.
After we left the Verde Canyon we stopped at the Sedona Airport for a wonderful view of the rocks. I almost stepped on the tarantula.
This is a favorite spot for viewing the sunset.
... and cold, it's at 7200'. We had a great Spanish meal there, sharing an ox-tail sandwich and salad. B had Sangria, yum. P is the better of the two cities and I could happily relocate there. But all the above was a prelude to Sedona, a place we'd been to before and loved. It's gotten a lot bigger and much more busy. However, you can't take away the beauty of the red rock and green ...
Written by Corey
When we left Phoenix, we really hadn't put together much of a plan for the next few days. We knew of a couple of RV parks near Sedona, so we figured we'd just make the short drive and figure it out when we got there.
The drive from Phoenix to Sedona was nice. Somehow our GPS took us on a route that bypassed the popular scenic drive, but it was still pretty. We drove through Verde Valley and then into the Sedona area. I had ...
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