The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
I didn't know Bell Rock was a vortex - thanks! It's big enough for a bunch of us to get 'texed at once. I'll take Dramamine.RoxanneThe Good Luck Duck
I think your sense of humor got a little more twisted in that vortex. ;c)Beautiful area to hike, even if it requires a little butt sliding time.
I've never seen anything like that before!
Beautiful photos of Sedona and the red rocks. It's certainly one of our favourite spots in the southwest.
Very nice pictures from Sedona.
So are those alien contrails I see above Bell Rock? Make sure you're not on it if it decided to take off into space like it was supposed to do some years ago :-)))
So what's with the weird curlycues above the rock? Is that the vortex?
Its certainly is beautiful and full of contrasts. Lots of photo opportunities I bet.
Sedona is still on my list of 'to do's". I've been there, but never parked there and have never hiked there.
Hi Diana,I found your blog several weeks ago and went back to the beginning to read all your posts and see all your beautiful photos. Really enjoy your writins and your pics. We are planning on fulltiming in about two years, and until then we try to travel as much as we can in our little travel trailer. I've been researching good travel cameras. My husband has a Canon Rebel Ti3, but I want something I can stick in my pocket or fanny pack. Was wondering what you thought of the Canon Powershot SX260 HS? Have you looked at it? I'd love to get your opinion.Looking forward to reading more of your terrific blog entries. Travel safe. --Terie
Gaelyn - believe that and I'll tell you another one!Terie - Even though I haven't used an SX260, I think it is the very best choice at this time. I have 3 friends who have it and they love it.
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