On the road with Bob and Joan travel blog

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise and hot air balloons

Sedona at sunrise and hot air balloons

Sedona at sunrise and hot air balloons

Sedona at sunrise and hot air balloons

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Joan at sunrise

Bob at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise

Sedona at sunrise - Finally that is all

cactus

Green golden arches

pretty flower

Sacajawea

Sacajawea's papoose

cowboy artist

horse

waltzing cowboy and his lady

mother


Today, Thursday, July 10, 2014

We were up at 5:30 and said let's go take dawn pictures of Sedona since we have had clouds every evening and could not get sunset pictures.

We climbed a 100 foot dome rock on the Airport Road. It was cool temperature and cool pictures. Actually we loved the temperature but others on the hill thought it was cold.

As the sun came up gradually, we could see both sides with red rock mountains. There were four hot air balloons up also. Bob took lots of pictures hoping to get a couple great shots.

After taking pictures, we went downtown. It was a great time to go downtown because there were no other cars parked along the street and no other people walking in front of the closed stores. We took pictures of statutes of Sacajewea (Bird woman) a cowboy artist, a horse, and a waltzing cowboy couple. It was fun to have nobody around us in the way of our pictures.

We sat in the hot tub while we did the laundry at the laundry building.

We played a game of putput golf and chatted at the pool with two couples we went with to Glenn Canyon.

We watched Saving Mr. Banks and packed up for leaving tomorrow. We have one last condo week and then about a week to go up the coast to home.



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