Villas of Sedona
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Next step, Friday to Friday at The Ridge on Sedona. After a short, sunny, spectacular drive north to Sedona we checked in to our studio condo and started our tour of jaw dropping sights. We mapped out a week plan of alternating golf, hikes and tours, snapped some photos, ate and drank.... etc ...
... surroundings - it was like being in a Wild West film! As we walked through the town admiring the panoramic views of the vast red windswept sculptures and avoiding the large cacti, we had already decided we wanted to spend the night there. Suddenly our attention was drawn to a sign which read "5* accommodation $59, helicopter rides $29 for two people." Naturally we were suspicious as even a motel costs around $80 per night, but decided ...
... went to the IMAX theater and saw an interesting movie about the grand canyon's history. We watched the first explorers ride the Colorado river through the canyon on rafts and boats through white water. It felt like we were on the boats with them! We saw a herd of elk grazing along the road as we were leaving and then we went back to the ...
... an Italian restaurant, Dahl and Diluca. It came highly recommended and we were not disappointed.
Laura and Mark swam in Oak Creek, the water was too cold for me! We took a drive to Jerome, great boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. It is an old copper mining town, great history.
We stopped at the Arizona Botanical Gardens just outside of ...
... is the Navajo Nation Generating Station http://www.ngspower.com/latest.aspx, a coal-fired steam plant with an output capability of 2,250,000 kilowatts.
Hwy 89 washed out with a huge slide in the fall of 2013 just south of Page AZ so we’re forced to take a 30 mile detour around the slide on a some secondary ...