Adventure in Sedona, AZ (Part 2)

The Lightning Path

I found out the hard way that summertime in Arizona is considered “monsoon season” and rain is always expected. That must explain why Flagstaff was so green, and the landscape all the way to Sedona was also green. Locals told me that there has been more than the normal amount of rain seen in Phoenix at this time of year. There was a creek running through the town, and I had been told that this creek was fed by snow melt coming from north of Flagstaff. Arizona has had heavy winters lately. I had just left drought conditions and several wildfires in California, so I felt a little jealous. All of this greenery and red rock in the Arizona deserts seemed so blessed.

My big hike at Bell Rock left me feeling really tired, so I delayed getting out of bed. I spent a good deal of time eating a…

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