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February 2, 2004

Look Out, Sedona

I had wanted to head north a couple weekends ago for part of a day, just to go wander around through the red rocks of the Sedona area. Then the garage told me after my oil change that my brake pads were down to 2% on the front. I decided perhaps it wasn't the best time to go ram-rodding around through the more mountainous portions of Arizona. Last week (and a chunk of embossed plastic) brought new brakes, however, so Sedona is a go whenever I can cram it back into my schedule. If you're planning a visit, whether it's your first or your hundredth, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce has some useful information. It's completely lacking in information on trails and such, since there are a dozen or so touring outfits vying for your dollar. They can all get sucked into one of those vortexes for all I care; I'm content to put on hiking boots and lead myself (and if you're that sort of person too, HAZ may be more your speed). There's been some discussion that there may be another Fray Café Sedona this year, as well. If that's the case, I plan to be there. Listening, not storytelling.

Posted by Colin at February 2, 2004 2:38 PM

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