Sedona Blog

This is my seventh blog in a continuing series of vacation blogs from around the world. Every year Susie (my wife) and I pick a town, rent an apartment for a month (thank-you VRBO.com), we have no car and live like the natives. We usually cook all our breakfasts and about
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The Amazing Vacuum Museum, The Uranus Fudge Factory, A Great BBQ Greetings All! This is my 7th blog and those of you who followed my other adventures know that I often comment on weird things I observe. Usually this takes a few days into our adventure before I can report
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Day 2 – Food, Fuel (Cheap) & Fun! Well, the Studio Z hotel was perfect. Quite, clean and a comfortable bed –  what more could you ask for?. After a nice breakfast in the hotel (free!) we headed out – destination some place around Weatherford, Oklahoma. Here’s our route for
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Cadillac Ranch, Texas-Sized Steaks & Classic Cars I woke early today in anticipation of our visit to a truly iconic American landmark. But let’s start from the beginning. We had a nice breakfast at the hotel, bought some gas ($1.89 a gallon!) and started down the road. Here is today’s
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Today is our last day on the road and we will leave Route 66 once we reach Flagstaff, AZ. I will miss all the treasures to be found along Route 66. But I’m sure we will find new treasures in Sedona. As we checked out of the Indian Casino (our
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Today we are heading out for our first day hike of the trip – Deadman’s Pass. Since this was our first day of hiking, we decided to start easy and work up to more difficult trails. Here are some details about the trail: We hit the trailhead at around 11am. It
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Devil’s Bridge Trail, Cairns Galore, Doggies, Houston We Have Problem & All Is Well. We started today with a great homemade breakfast – omelettes! We decided to hike a little more advanced and longer trail today. Susie picked (and this important as you will see) Devil’s Bridge Trail. A little
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Well, in the aftermath of yesterday’s exciting fall, we are both a little sore. Luckily, we had planned on having a slow day since Sandy (both Susie & I worked with Sandy at Miller Brewing Company) was arriving today. We ended up talking, sitting by the pool and shopping. I
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Little Horse Trail, The Heat & Susie’s New Addition! Today we decided to take Sandy on a hike. We choose Little Horse Trail for a couple of reasons: We wanted an easy trail because this was the first time Sandy went “real” hiking. Sandy just arrived yesterday and was still
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