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Apr 18, 2019 - Grand Canyon

Spent the whole day driving to different Grand Canyon viewing sights. Every stop seem so different, the shapes and colors of the canyon are breathtaking. Started at the east rim ended at south rim in the Kaibab National Park. Saw the dumbest people ever.....some going around the protected wall to take pictures...and those that sat on the wall with their feet hanging off. These viewing sights are at elevations up to 6,000 ft. If you fall, like several no brain people have done, just for a selfy ...........you are dead. A 69 yr old lady fell...

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Apr 17, 2019 - Sedona

We all loaded up the car and headed to Sedona to sightsee. Emily and Mike are great tour guides, cheaper than with a Groupon discount....hehe just joking guys. The most impressive site of Sedona is the Chapel of the Holy Cross Catholic Church. A lady who was a sculptor was inspired by the newly constructed Empire State Building in 1932 so she commissioned the chapel to be built. The chapel is built on top of the red rocks in Coconine National Forest....Barry Goldwater helped her get a special permit to build it. Chapel opened in 1956....it...

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Apr 17, 2019 - Montezuma Well and Castle

Today forward to Montezuma’Castle.....which isn’t really a castle..it is a large 45 room cliff dwelling. The Castle was built between 1100 and 1300AD into the side of a cliff Then rode over to see Montezuma s Well...which isn’t really a well...it is a lake. The well has no fish as it is limestone sink. The amazing fact is the well is replenish with 1.5 million gallons of water every day flowing from underground streams. Early settlers assumed the Castle and Well were built by Aztec people.... Hence the name Montezuma. Not like Montezuma...

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Mar 5, 2019 - Sedona AZ

Toured Sedona on one of those old trolley cars,lucky to be standing in the right spot,so we got a open window seat. Others were tucked in behind the enclosed front end ,probably didnt see much while driving. However the best parts were when we stopped at the scenic overlooks, funny I dont remember much of any of this when we were here in 2012. Town has really grown,to many buildings and people now and takes away from the serenity of it all for me. Traffic is non stop and this place has the most traffic circles I have ever seen for a small...

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Jan 27, 2019 - Trip To Sedona

Day 19. Sunday 27th January Cold again during the night & the heater blower is too noisy to have that on so keeping snuggled under the covers. I bought a little electric heater from the Walmart’s in Kingman on the way here but that was useless against the cold so that’s going back. Nice & sunny again so we soon warmed up again. Today we decided to take the RV off site & drive up to Sedona about 25 miles to the North. Sedona really is a lovely city set in the most spectacular area surrounded by spectacular red/brown cliffs & mountains. The...

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Southwest USA - 2019

Jan 8, 2019 - Sedona No Snow

Although all of Sedona is considered to be a vortex, there are specific sites where the energy crackles most intensely. The four best known Sedona vortexes are found at Airport Mesa, Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock and Boynton Canyon—each radiating its own particular energy. Some are thought to produce energy flowing upward while at others the energy spirals downward, entering the earth. Don’t be surprised to find people doing meditation, yoga or performing other rituals at vortex sites. Please be respectful. There are several companies,...

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Oct 30, 2018 - week in Sedona

On Monday October 22, we relocated from Page AZ to Camp Verde AZ and settled Mo into Zane Grey RV Village which is about an hour north of Phoenix. We are scheduled to stay at Zane Grey until the Monday after Thanksgiving. One of the main reasons we chose this park/area was that we had plans to go on "vacation" to Sedona which is about 40 miles from the RV park. Long time readers will remember that we spent the holidays last year with our friends, Jack and Barb, at their house near Houston. We wanted to repay them for their kindness by...

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2018 Life in our RV

Oct 5, 2018 - Oak Creek Canyon AZ

October 5, 2018 Today was an incredible day. We took a drive through the Oak Creek Canyon to the city of Sedona AZ. Every time I think we can’t see anything more beautiful I am proven wrong. I will post as many photo’s as I can tonight since we seem to have a great internet connection. By the way we are staying in the J&H RV resort in Flagstaff AZ. This place is the really a top notch park with beautiful sites and facilities. While in Sedona today we enjoyed a nice lunch at the Open Range Grill and Tavern. The local IPA was tasty and so...

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Jun 7, 2018 - Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona June 7th Today, we drove down to Sedona to have lunch at the Enchantment Resort. Pictures taken on drive and at the resort attached. We visited here in 2014 also. See the June 4, 2014 entry on our log listed below which also includes the Petrified Forest and Jerome, AZ. ******************************************************************* Visit Our 2014 & 2016 Trip Journal Visit Our Boating Journal

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Apr 24, 2018 - Sedona

Today was a hot one. 36 C. We did some quick grocery shopping and then headed to Sedona through Red Rock Canyon. Beautiful rock formations, and the town is very pretty, but very busy! We visited Jim's Trading Post in McGuireville, and picked up some turquoise jewelry. After lunch we visited Montezuma's Castle and Well and stopped at a roadside stall selling Indian art and jewelry.

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Mar 28, 2018 - Sedona, AZ

We decided to take a side trip to Sedona based on a suggestion from our good friend JoJo. Thanks!! It is a wonderful little town south of Flagstaff surrounded by some incredible butte, mountain and canyon scenery!! The drive down from Flagstaff takes you right thru Oak Creek Canyon. What an awesome, amazing drive! Yes, the top was down. It was tall canyon walls on either side of you or canyon valleys that seem to drop out of sight. Once in town we parked and browsed many of the specialty shops, art galleries and boutiques. This place is...

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Mar 20, 2018 - Sedona's Red Rock Country

Sedona is an Arizona desert town near Flagstaff that’s surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests. It’s noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community. Uptown Sedona is dense with New Age shops, spas and art galleries. Sedona's main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The red rocks form a popular backdrop for many activities, ranging from spiritual pursuits to the hundreds of hiking and...

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2018 RV Adventure

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