Pictures tonight. Words tomorrow.
It's the end of a very long, very wonderful day, and I have to be at Jacob's church in a little over seven hours. So I'm going to post a few Sedona pictures now, and start with the 'splainin' tomorrow night. Fair enough?
By the way, if anyone should ever ask you whether it's a long drive between Sedona, Arizona and Los Alamos, New Mexico, reply that yes, it is--very long, unexpectedly long, but also very beautiful, most of the time. Tell the person your friend Karen arrived three and a half hours later than she estimated when she left Sedona - about 10 PM instead of 6:30 PM. An hour of that was daylight time, though.
Oh, and if the subject of Sedona does indeed come up in conversation, feel free to also say that your friend Karen would be hard pressed to think of a more beautiful place in the world, with the possible exception of the Grand Canyon.
These pictures don't do the place justice, but I tried.
This last picture is of the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona. I have it in here as your reminder that the next Round Robin Photo Challenge topic is "Holy." The date to post the entries is this coming Wednesday, April 26th. If you'd like to play along, please RSVP to the topic's entry on the Round Robin Photo Challenge blog. Got it? Good! Good night!
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