Super 8 Sedona Motel
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... when we get home! After going all the way down and over the dam we had to come back and go over the bridge as there was no other way! Unfortunately we didn't realise there was a viewing plaza for the bridge so we didn't stop to get photos and they have built the walls of the bridge too high for you to be able to see the dam as you drive over it.
We head south to Kingman and visit the ...
It has now been 5 days without good quality coffee and the situation has become very grim, I don't think I can carry on for much longer. All that can be found is brewed coffee. This morning I had to wake up at 4:40 to be at the airport for 5:30. We took ...
... 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.
... drive back to Sedona.
We ate at a great Mexican restaurant, Javelina Cantina which was very good food. The first time we went the food and service was fabulous. We went back a second time and the service was terrible - the food was still great. We wrote a note on the back of our receipt stating our feelings about the service we received. ...
... comes to mind, and magnificent, but words cannot describe the beauty that surrounds me, really, so I'll let the pictures speak for themselves. It's what I imagine Mars to look like, with evergreen.
I got there at exactly the right time, around 3pm, when the light softens and the shadows stretch as the sun starts going down. We walked the trails for almost three hours, Oscar sprinting ahead, and sometimes I just stood there taking it all in, jaw dropped in awe, until he ...