Arizona pics....

webbie Posted By webbie, Dec 9, 2010 at 3:46 AM

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  1. webbie

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    Not up to snow country yet, but here is Sedona in winter
     

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    Sun and seventies is mighty tempting at this time of year.
     
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    Spent two weeks in the month of June (2003) in the Phoenix/Tempe area.........thoroughly enjoyed my stay. The food, the Apache Trail, the painted mountains. A bit too dry for me, but it certainly was beautiful in its own special way.

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    Nice pics! I have some great shots of the Chiricahuas. Wild place.
     
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    Enjoy yourself down there Craig. Have a grand time.

    Sedona is still a bit high so is probably pretty chilly now. We liked the lower ground for winter; Yuma in particular. It's been a few years since we spent a winter there but I do still miss it.
     
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    I think I saw the lone ranger and tonto up there on the ridge!

    Looks like it's straight out of a western!

    Nice.
     
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