After a relaxing week at Pueblo El Mirage RV and Golf resort in El Mirage, Arizona, we headed north to Camp Verde, Arizona, where we met up with our friends Tom, Ellen, Kathy and Steve. They are on their way to the West Yellowstone, Montana area for their summer jobs. We stayed at Distant Drums RV Resort, a very nice park, and conveniently located to everything we wanted to see. There are so many things to see and do in northern Arizona, that we may have to consider a summer work camping job here just to see everything! (it’s at a higher elevation, so the temperatures are not so hot in the summer).
We took a drive up to Sedona (about 15 miles north of Camp Verde) and did a short hike to view Cathedral Rock from Oak Creek Park.
The trail winds around Oak Creek river, and many people have stopped to stack rocks, which is called cairns.
We did attempt to watch a sunset over the rocks in Sedona. The sunset itself was a bit of a dud that night, but the color changes on Thunder Mountain were nice.
As the sun was setting….
Long shadows, followed by the rocks lighting up from the setting sun…
Dan decided to photo bomb my sunset pictures!
Stay tuned, more to come from Sedona
Quote for the day: “Sunset is still my favorite color, and rainbow is second.” – Mattie Stepanek