The continuing adventures of a fulltime RVer.
Funny, even knowing how much awesome hiking is around Sedona and how relatively close I live I've only visited the red rock country once. And you can have the overcrowded town. One of these years I'll get over that way.
Hi Dianna, are you camping out on your own without the WINS? I'm still workamping for a few more years so can't get out west to travel with any groups yet.
It was over ten years ago that my wife and I visited Sedona so we decided to take another trip there this year. We just left the area but spent a day wandering around the area. We could not remember the Sedona we saw years ago. Tourism has been good to the area but I think they have gone too far with the building. Way too much traffic.
Great place to enjoy spring, I've never visited Sedona, but I think its a beautiful area.
Nice hike to hang out with horned lizards. I hear they don't talk much... ;c)
I agree - way too many people in town. But it is still some of the most beautiful country in the USA. Your lizard friend was cool.
It's amazing how the Sedona area has changed. I liked it better 20 years ago.
Looks great, sure makes me want to head that way:)
I've always wanted to visit and appreciate the where to camp spot. So sorry to have missed the fewer people and less traffic version though.
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