Rodeway Inn & Suites Iris Garden
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... described, mountains, but "rock formations." They jut into the sky majestically and form shapes people interpret and pass along. Pete pointed way up to "Snoopy lying on his back with Woodstock on his nose" and I looked and looked and looked and suddenly, WOW, there was Snoopy on his back with Woodstock on his nose.
The red color comes from iron oxide -- ie, rust -- which has stained the sandstone. The town ...
... day, it's quite the place to live. We went to the Chamber of Commerce, and they told us where the best views and dipping are. We drove to a couple of those points and went to a good Southwest restaurant for lunch. I had pork carnitas that were really good, but I have to say, Tom's fajitas were delicious. The best I've ever tasted. Really flavorful. We did a little shopping. Had to get put Christmas tree decoration and boys did their shopping and then ...
... 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 ...
... surrounded by a rabbet warren of trails and state parks. I was interested in Red Rock State Park. I follow my GPS but it tried to put me on a private road, but I found my way. I headed into the park and found the underground visitors centre. There were a lot of trails here, I chose the longest one. 2 miles with a 300ft climb. The map was originally confusing as to how to get to my trail. As some other trails were need to be followed to get to the eagles nest trail. A volunteer points ...
We woke up to snow on the cars! Earliest snowfall ever for Flagstaff! It was melting by the time we left, but it was a real reminder that we are traveling much later in the year than we are used to. It was a beautiful, sunny, crisp day - much like a NE fall day - and we were off to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Monument Valley is on the Navajo Reservation ...