Time for rest in Sedona

We have a lovely room with a fireplace and a balcony, and we took a long walk around town when we got here.

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It was a beautiful drive down from I-40 in Flagstaff to here, but neither one of us were up for hopping back into the car to go find trails. So we walked around town for a while, and came back to the hotel to rest. No Sedona Photodump this time. I have a reservation at what claims to be Sedona’s oldest continuously operating restaurant (72 years), where we will enjoy their dog friendly patio.


IIt will be almost a 10 hour drive home tomorrow, so we may have to spend one more night on the road. The. We saddle up again on Friday. I have to go to Salinas to do an I-9 training for a client, a meeting on a pesticide exposure investigation with another one, and a breakfast meeting on labor relations with some cannabis growers. On the upside, my Ninja is fixed and waiting for me.

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