Photos from Sue

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The remains of Montezuma Castle, perched 90 feet up a limestone cliff, remind us of the ingenuity of ancient builders. It is believed the Sinagua people inhabited this cliff dwelling from 1100 and 1425 AD.

From a distance, Chimney Rock rises above Sedona like a…well, like a chimney. A short but steep detour from the loop trail had us scrambling up to the base of the three spires that create Chimney Rock. What a view!

Native grasses provide spring color, contrasting with the red rocks of Arizona’s Grand Canyon.

The Hog Heaven Trail opened onto an expanse of rock with breathtaking views of the red rock valley of Sedona, Arizona.

Trailside blooms.

Wildflowers are beginning to bloom alongside the Sedona, Arizona trails.


Spring Is just beginning to show it’s colors in Sedona, Arizona.

The Fairy Duster (Calliandra eriophylla) is a low spreading shrub, commonly found in the deserts and arid grasslands of the southwest.


Arizona Desert Super Bloom

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