We're still hiking one to three miles every day in Sedona. We sleep in, open the curtains onto Oak Creek, and read or work quietly until lunchtime. Right after we eat we choose a trail and take off. We're back by late afternoon for more quiet time.
On the Llama Trail.
On the path to Submarine Rock.
View from the Mystic Trail. I'll stick to the pathway, thanks!
An overcast day. We walked the Jordan Trail and the Cibola Pass Trail.
Yesterday, bright and sunny again. This is the Andante Trail.
Friends arrived yesterday, a college roommate of mine and her fiance. We drove to the top of Airport Butte at sunset for photos, then had dinner at Jose Cafe, our favorite place here in Sedona. Tomorrow we'll drive up to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. We leave for Tucson on Friday for three days before flying home on Monday the 23rd.
I logged into Amazon last night looking for my book. There are two reader comments! One is from a Seattle friend of mine but I don't know "Geezer", the author of the other one. I thought it might be my ex, who has referred to us all as geezers for the last 20 years, but my last name is misspelled, and I think he would get that right. So someone has read the book and thought enough of it to comment. It is oddly thrilling to see a positive comment out there.
There is a snowstorm in Seattle this week. I love snow. I wish I were there. Well, not really. I wish it had held off until we got back. Oh, well.