I woke up in the morning and decided to go for a walk. This was the view I was first confronted with as I emerged from the driveway of the campground.
And these are some of the things I saw on my walk.
I’d like to make the case again for more public art in Ct. And for different kinds of statues, like little kids, and animals other than Revolutionary War horses!
More wildlife for Liz! These are the only lizards I saw on the whole trip!
Driving around town...
I went to the Official Visitor’s Center (there are several unofficial visitor’s centers, run by people who are selling their services) and got the advice of a woman who had just gotten recognized for her hours of volunteer service there with a bottle of wine. She recommended that I go to the Centennial Trail for a walk (I’m more of a walk taker than a hiker) and she was right on the money! I LOVED IT! I suspect you will too...
What's really wild about this next photo is that I was in the same spot and just turned left of the red mountains above and there were completely different types of mountains.
This is the view from the Sedona Airport.
This is me with my HP by my side, and me with Andrea at the airport. Andrea is the friend from Mass. who walked into the meeting in Sedona last night.
More public art, and democracy in action! Plus, another one of those flossers! It was in the parking lot of the Centennial Trail, where I went back to in the evening to take a phone call.
Late afternoon views of Sedona from the Centennial Trail.
And this is the color and black-and-white versions of one of my photos, courtesy of Chuck the photographer. He tells me the real dramatic difference shows up when the original color photo is low contrast. To me the b/w version looks like it's a really old photo.
Barb Nangle is the founder of Higher Power Coaching and Consulting, an entrepreneur and an eternal optimist. She loves motivating others to become better and better versions of themselves, just as she has become better and better versions of herself.