Normally we ride mountain bikes when in Sedona, but overnight on Christmas Eve the area received 4″ of fresh powder. Since there is nothing quite as spectacular as fresh white snow on red rocks, we abandoned the bikes for hiking boots and tennis shoes (as the case may be).
John and Peggy took us to Dick’s Hideaway for breakfast – this sign is on their front door. The place is so cool, that they don’t even have any signage outside. Great food and great service, and a killer copper-clad table in the back room — we will be going back.
COPS Racing at the 2012, Best in the Desert, Parker 400. The course consisted of four, 100-mile laps — Zak Langley would drive the COPS Class 1 car the first two laps of the race, then Dan Martin would get in half-way to finish the race. COPS had one pit at the main pit area, […]
Carol and I visited Toroweap on the way home from a summer trip to Colorado. Toroweap is on the north rim of the Grand Canyon on the Arizona Strip. The road to the rim of The Canyon is 50+ miles of dirt and silt, finished off with lots of rocks the last few miles. There’s […]
Carol and I were lucky enough to spend a few days hiking and wandering around Saguaro National Park, a park bisected by Tucson. The weather was great, but it was later in the season, so most of the tourists and snowbirds had retreated. After exploring the park, we headed south and visited the Mission San […]