embiggen to enhace your viewing pleasureAfter another long drive across even more desert, the landscape finally started to change. It seemed like we had big skies everyday.
I thought this was pretty interesting. It's a new building designed in the style of an old mission.
All of a sudden, there it is. Driving into Sedona never fails to take my breath away. The building restriction in Sedona are so strict that structures don't have much of an impact on the view.
I posted my own video of a panoramic view of Sedona, but it didn't work! So, here is one from a commercial tour company. I just wanted you all to see what it's all about. I've never been on a helicopter tour of the place (or any other) because I'm too cheap.
Although our trip was to the Sedona Az, area, our actual destination was to a VERY small place called Page Springs. It may or may not have been a part of another small town called Cornville, but we never figured it out. Anyway, it's about 10 miles or so outside of Sedona.
As said a while back, Sedona is beautiful and we love it, but this trip was more about the exploring the back roads. On Wednesday, I'll get started on that.