La Quinta Inn Sedona / Village of Oak Creek
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Our first real trip in our almost new fifth wheel! So excited we could hardly bare it. Initially, the plan was only Scottsdale for the Good Guys Car Show, but decided to add Sedona, one of the most serene places ever!. Minor problem - batteries were dead and refrigerator not going on. Thank goodness there are hookups where we are going, and we are gone, baby gone! First made for t.v moment....made a ...
... perfect for being outside! Once 2:00 came, it was 95 degrees and the sun was cooking! Anyway, after exploring, we came back and had a swim. We headed into town a bit later and had a great dinner outside, watching the sun go down. Perfect night!
Tomorrow will be another painfully early morning as we are leaving at 4am to head to Page, which is on the Utah border. We will be rafting on the Colorado River and checking out Secret Canyon. I am so excited for ...
... repair. Abe was bushed after all the handyman activity. We hung out for a bit, had a snack, and then drove to the Visitor's Center to get oriented. Along with 40 million other people (this was the most packed I'd ever seen a park), we got some information from the folks at the Center and then walked a bit of the rim trial that extends just behind the Center. Our first views of the Canyon were, while crowded, incredible. It just can't be described fully -- there must be ...
... just one king sized bed and a pull out sofa, which we would have to make up.
The evening was to be kicked off at a private viewing at a nearby art gallery, starting at 6pm.
The place breathed money. The wine flowed (it was much more difficult to find some water) and the gallery was dancing with young things heavily made up, fluttering their eyelashes and gushing over the poor husbands who probably held the purse strings.
As a lone woman, Minot dripping ...
I head North West, avoiding the Interstate 40 and instead taking the scenic country roads through the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. It ranges in elevation from 3,500 Ft (1km) to nearly 11,500 Ft (3,5km) above sea level, offering beautiful panoramic views.
The sky is patrolled by falcons, hawks and eagles and the forest, with remnants of snow, is home to elk, mountain lions, deer, antelopes, wild turkey and even black bears, though unfortunately we didn't encounter any of ...