Sedona was stunning! I think I enjoyed it as much as the Grand Canyon. And I especially enjoyed having ice cream with you and your mom.
Monument Valley is breathtaking. So much of our film history is tied to that area. In its March issue, Vanity Fair had a story about John Ford's love affair with Monument Valley. It is posted on their web site:http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2009/03/monument-valley200903
Janet: We'll have to do it again sometime!movielady: I hate to break it to you, but this isn't Monument Valley. It probably looks similar in these photos, but Sedona is much further south.
I love Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. BTW the ice cream girl would be a good "metal" picture.
We made our first trip to Arizona, and Sedona, this past March. It was beautiful. And yes, we had ice cream.
Cele: You are right! Too bad that challenge is over.Linda: I remember looking at your photos and loving them! I'm glad you didn't miss out on the ice-cream!
Considering how much my father LOVED ice cream, I'm sort of amazed I don't have any memories of getting ice cream there. My grandma lived there most of my childhood, until I was 16. We didn't visit her more than once every few years, though.I definitely remember Tlaquepaque -- one of my earliest memories, at 3.
Rachel: I'm surprised you didn't go for ice-cream! We used to go to Tlaquepaque too and I loved it as a kid, but it is pretty pricy and my parents never go there anymore.
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