As you might remember from an earlier post, Betty and I joined them for a few days in Tucson as their RV trip began at the end of April. Now, their route took them north of us, but close enough to easily justify a two hour drive north for conversation, pizza, and wine by Oak Creek.
When Betty and I leave for our two and a half month jaunt in early July, one of our first stops will be in Kanab, Utah, just a stone's throw from Zion National Park. Guess who will be there just one week later? The Reddy's at the start of their 68 day trip through the Intermountain West!
One of the great things about RV travel (and blogging) are the friends you can make and reconnect with in some of the most beautiful locations in the country. This day trip to Sedona is a perfect example.
I thought you'd enjoy some pictures of one of the most dramatic places on earth.
|The Four Amigos|
|Mike and Bob wandering off somewhere|
Summer fires in Arizona, California, and virtually all western states are common occurrences and can change plans and lives in an instant.