Days 5 & 6 of my long road trip were spent in Sedona. If you ever have the chance to spend a little time there, do it. If you're outdoorsy this is the place to go! From hiking, bike riding, jeep tours, sightseeing...this is the place. I really wish I would've had the chance to do some hiking, but I was with my grandparents and I most certainly wasn't going by myself. Overall, Sedona was a great place to vacation, very serene and peaceful.
View of a red rock formation from the major shopping center. No matter what direction your going, you have a view.
Sedona is a major artistic community. I'm not a big artsy person myself, but if you were it'd be neat.
Another view of a formation...and yes I got corrected when I said "mountains", the correct terms is "formations." Ooottaayy buckwheat.
Closer up view...can you see where part of the rock looks like an Eagle?
The Chuch built into the rock. It was very beautiful.
Something I had never seen before, cactus!
Beautiful flowers at Tlaquepaque (try saying that 5 times fast). I loved the colors!
More gorgeous flowers!
Taken at a scenic viewpoint.
Yes, Sedona was beautiful, but to be 100% honest I think Tennessee is better. I know, I'm biased...but this was considered a Forrest...these trees look like shrubs, but who am I to judge?! I am glad I got the opportunity to see Sedona, but I don't think I would ever go back. Definitely a once in a lifetime trip.