One day we decided to do a driving tour and check out some of the gorgeous red rock formations that make Sedona so special.
Our first stop was up at the airport. I don't know of any other city that has its airport on top of a mesa, but it makes a lot of sense.
Sedona is a very artsy town. When we stopped at a viewpoint on Schnebly Hill, there was an art class in session. I am in awe of artists since I have no ability in that area. However I can see how they would be inspired with views like these.
I'm not sure if this is mainly a church or a tourist attraction, but it is pretty cool how they built it to blend in with the cliff.
The rocks are a feast for the eyes.
This is Bell Rock - one of the energy vortexes that Sedona has made famous. I didn't feel any energy boost, but maybe I was too far away.
Cathedral Rock is probably the most famous landmark and also a vortex - a 'hot spot' of natural energy. Again, nothing, even when Ron and I climbed it a few years ago. Maybe we're just hopeless.
As you can see, we've been having some cloudy days and even a little rain. But so far it hasn't interfered with our plans.