On the way back from Sacramento last month, I prolonged a layover (for no extra cost) in Tucson to see friends. They loaned me their car for a solo trip to Sedona, where I had always wanted to visit. It was scorching hot, and I’ll admit June is not the ideal time to visit this place.
The highlight of my visit to Sedona was this canyon hike along a trickling stream, often crossing it from rock to teetering rock. (Yay for me; I never fell in.) It was six miles in 110º heat, and alone, I took it slowly, with plenty of water, appreciating every second it it. It was such a treat that I continue to be grateful for. As you can see in this post there was plenty of beauty to photograph! Also fun on this hike was the remains of a homesteader’s small house complete with a cold cellar behind in a cave in the rock.
So I hope, through these photographs, you enjoy meandering this trail with me, reveling in all this natural beauty. I’d like to paint some of this someday!