Sedona some more
This was our last full day in Sedona. We decided to go back and do some more urban hiking in the downtown district. It’s like any other touristy spot, like Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, or Cannery Row in Monterey, but we really enjoyed it there. It’s fun to look at all the “Indian jewelry” and “mystic crystals”. Pretty but nothing mystical about beveled glass. We had lunch at Wildflower Bakery near the Hyatt and enjoyed the cliff views from their balcony. Then we slowly walked across the entire shopping district and then the art district of Tlaquepaque. This was the extent of our hiking today. Then back to the RV resort and the hot tub!
I really enjoyed the hot tub at this park. It was large, clean, warm, and I had some of the best conversations with people that I’ve had in a long time. Learning about where they are from, how they are travelling, and where they are going. Like the Germans who had come from Detroit and were on their way to San Diego before flying home to Germany. They rented a Class C RV and were scouring the country looking for girls. They hadn’t found any as of yet. They were the only ones other than me to see the giant green meteor with the orange tail streak across the sky as we were sitting in the hot tub. Or the couple from Surprise, Arizona who just come over to Sedona to relax. The couple from Hawaii that keep an RV in Las Vegas because flights are cheaper from Honolulu to Las Vegas for some reason. They come stateside and travel for several weeks before going home. There was the single woman who lived full time in her RV travelling between Texas and Colorado. All of them were great conversations and it was hard to leave, even after soaking for three hours. All that to say that even though this RV park was next to a freeway, and a casino, it was easily my favorite park and we will be back.