Monday, November 3, 2014


We spent a couple of days in beautiful Sedona. It rained most of one day so we visited the shops in Tlaquepaque. Pretty neat to be in the Southwest for All Hollows Eve and All Saints Day. 
Check out all of the pumpkins in the fountains. 

Below is a pic of a cross all done with flower petals. 

Today, in Sedona, we took the Pink Jeep Tour out Broken Arrow. Quite thrilling with Daniel as our tour guide. Not only thrilling as the jeep took on the roller coaster ride, but archaeologically informative to boot!

We then visited Bill and Betty Wade and their Belties in Cottonwood. 

It is such a small world, but an FFA teacher that keeps cattle on Bill's ranch, just got back from the FFA convention in Louisville and had visited farms near us in Oldham county. They saw the Klinginfuses at Harvest home Dairy and Taylor Cattle Company.  He had the chance to share with us about his trip to Kentucky.  
Tomorrow we will hike at Dead Horse State Park. Looking forward to another beautiful low humidity day. 

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