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The two RV Gypsies

enjoyed Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona in Arizona

September 5, 2012

map of the USA showing the location of the state of Arizonamap of the state of Arizona showing the location of Sedona

The two RV Gypsies drove from Flagstaff to Sedona on SR 89A - Oak Creek Canyon: One of Arizona's Most Scenic Drives

Oak Creek Canyon is in northern Arizona between the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona. State Route 89A enters the canyon on its north end via a series of hairpin turns before traversing the bottom of the canyon for about 13 miles until the highway enters the town of Sedona. Visiting Oak Creek Canyon means that the journey along Oak Creek Canyon Road is half the fun! Notably, one of Rand McNally's Top Five Scenic Drives in America, the road beckons with its immense beauty and incredible landscapes, however the road is full of hairpin turns and switchbacks that require the driver's full attention.

the Midgley BridgeThe Midgley Bridge

Near Oak Creek Canyon Vista at the canyon top, there are various Native American vendors who sell various Indian crafts and artisan created jewelry. The following photos were taken from that area.

panorama from vista near Oak Creak Canyon
panorama from vista near Oak Creak Canyon
view from vista near Oak Creak Canyon
view from vista near Oak Creak Canyon
panorama view from vista near Oak Creak Canyon

Looking down at the roads the two RV Gypsies drove in Oak Creek Canyon.

the roads the two RV Gypsies drove in Oak Creek Canyon
the roads the two RV Gypsies drove in Oak Creek Canyon
 

Sedona is a city that straddles the county line between Coconino and Yavapai Counties in the northern Verde Valley region of the U.S. state of Arizona.

Sedona was named after Sedona Arabelle Miller Schnebly (1877–1950), the wife of Theodore Carlton Schnebly, the city's first postmaster, who was celebrated for her hospitality and industriousness.

Below are several mountains (sometimes just called rocks) in Sedona. The two RV Gypsies did not find out the names of any of these. If you know their names, please e-mail the two RV Gypsies. Thank you.

famous rock in Sedona
famous rock in Sedona
famous rock in Sedona
famous rock in Sedona
famous rock in Sedona
famous rock in Sedona
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BELOW: Flashback to 1987 - Lee Duquette in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Arizona.

Flashback to 1987 - Lee Duquette in Oak Creek Canyon

Back to September 2012 - below are just two things along US-89 in Gray Mountain, Arizona, that Karen thought worth photographing. Photos taken while in a moving RV.

along US-89 in Gray Mountain, Arizona
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go back to the Arizona MenuPlease return to the Arizona menu to visit the rest of the two RV Gypsies adventures in Arizona. Or you can continue on to Great Basin National Park in Baker, Nevada from the bottom of the Arizona menu.