Sedona and Area

After 3 days at EXPO West where we did not take one photo due the to fact we had full schedules of courses to attend. There was so much to see and take-in plus our camper was on show by the manufacturer, we were kept busy all three days.

We trundled down to Sedona for a couple of days, we were lucky enough get a campsite at Rancho Senora which was walking distance to the downtown core. We stopped at Slide Rock State Park on the way into town.

Our First Cactus of the trip

There are some interesting statues and mannequins in and around Sedona. The lady in the 3rd photo below is who Sedona is named after. The last photo in remembrance has a mannequin of Lucile Ball, who built this home.

This Is Who the Town Of Sedona Is Named After, Sedona Arabella Miller Schnebly –,_Arizona
This House Was Built By Lucile Ball, The Mannequin On The Balcony Is A Tribute To Her.


We also called by a Stupa and Peace Park on the outskirts of Sedona.


Cacti were also in bloom:


And we cannot forget “Cousin It” and friends:


Some of the rock formations around Sedona are also interesting:


From Sedona, we headed out to Las Vegas:


We stayed in the car park across from the Stratosphere, we had some business to take care of and only intended to stay one night but stayed two instead.

Next up Death Valley!

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