On the way there though we ended up going on a bit of what was Route 66, which is some kind of famous road people like to get excited about. I didn't find this bit very exciting:
We found those guys hanging out here:
We had to go through Flagstaff, but we had a bit of a nightmare finding and getting into Barnes and Noble there so that Laura could get more books. It turns out that a big RV crossing the road in front of you will make people stop. Eventually... After that we failed to find a quilt shop, so we went for dinner instead. It turns out Laura had had a sneaky visit here in SLC without us, but this was our first visit of the trip:
And I think it should have been free, don't you agree?:
This is what we had, cinna-stacks:
Then we had to drive to Sedona in the dark down this long windy road. It turns out that wasn't the road normal people would have gone on, and a couple of locals told us they'd be scared of doing it in a car in the dark never mind an RV, or even in daylight... Oh well!
The next morning we got up and went shopping, 'cos really that's all they came for. See, red rocks above the town:
After the girls had shopped and shopped until I was ready to drop, they announced that we were meeting friends for lunch. We met up with Joanne from Desert Mountain Bear (who brought us a missing package that had meant to come to SS, but didn't get to Phoenix in time for Danny to bring it) and Janice from Booh Bears. Joanne didn't have any of her award winning bears ready to bring and show us, so she brought us one of her little fairy friends, Fern. She was nice and playful, but I think Janice's bunny Meeko was trying to box my ears... (it would probably have served you right - LT)
Here I am with Joanne, LT and Janice after lunch:
Joanne took us to quite the treasure trove after lunch and we had fun hunting for some crystals too, but then they had to go home for dinner :o( We had fun making some new friends around town too...
Phew, that was quite a long day but we had quite a big night too, and I'll tell you about that another time...