Snow Day In Sedona

Corruption is like a ball of snow,
Once it’s set a rolling
It must increase.
Charles Caleb Colton

 

 

 

Todays Reads:

Executive Order Protecting Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry To United States

Number Of People Affected by Trumps Travel Ban

Resistance To Trump Travel Ban

Madeleine Albright (former US Secretary of State) :Β  On Trump Executive Travel Ban

Todays Music:Β  Pete Seegar- If I Had A Hammer

 

39 thoughts on “Snow Day In Sedona

    1. Thank you for your kind words of support. Sedona is such a special place for so many round the world. I think even Sedona was surprised this month when three thousand showed up for the annual marathon. The weather showed off, the traffic snarled, and a good time was had by all. All my best to you.

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      1. I experienced a monsoon rain during my summer visit. I think it is time for my Sedona “fix” again when I can gaze at the red rocks and feel at ease with the world. Thanks for your comment and well wishes. Same to you. Happy blogging! ^__^

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  1. Johanna, I’ve just had such a treat looking through your photographs – it’s as if I can taste the crisp pure air. The views of the mountains (is that the right word?) are breathtaking and particularly stunning with the dusting of snow highlighting the ridges. Ahh…heavenly. Thank you so much for sharing. As for the quote…one can but hope for warmth in some format soon, that usually takes care of snowballs! Wishing you a lovely weekend in your wonderful landscape (I’m not envious at all…well maybe a little bit!πŸ˜€πŸ˜ƒ) ❀️

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    1. Thank you. The snow comes so infrequently and goes so quickly, that it is a big deal for me to be able to capture photos. Meanwhile, so many people in so many other climate are hitting their ‘I’m over all this snowy winter.’ Your beautiful descriptions of the snow on the red rocks is just stunning. Thank you.

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    1. Oh goodness! That chicken noodle soup was so delicious as was the still hot bread. Very reasonably priced, topped off with a strong/creamy cup of their coffee, and that Sedona Friendly service.
      Now go find yourself some soup! All my best to you and thanks for dropping by.

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      1. Mmm, I went with the cold food tonight. Shrimp cocktail, cheese, dolmas, cucumbers and hummus, spumoni. πŸ˜› Thinkin about brewin a pot of decaf though, now that I’m all settled in.

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    1. Mine too! Really am beginning to get interesting in photographing the ‘details’ of days and this day was just perfect for it. Thank you for your generous words. They are so appreciated.

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    1. Hi Roz! As ever, you are just the best. Think of you and Phil and all the critters, boats, and gorgeous wagons…how the willows are doing…well I think of you and your lifestyle often with such affection. Thanks for stopping by for a visit in what I know are your very full and creative days.

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    1. I’ll say one thing, Jackie. Yesterday, when I spoke to my circle of gal friends, there certainly was never any pauses in the conversation. ‘Wide Eyed Awake and Fuming’ is a phrase that comes to mind. The millions showing up in the streets has us old gals dusting off Peace , Love Your Mother, and Equality Now signs, finding energy we thought long gone.

      Thank you for your continued support of my website, and always your savy sweet comments.

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  2. Unbelievable photos! Snow in Arizona! You know, to me, a European, Arizona means desert, sand, the hot sun, Rocky Mountains, cowboys, horses, Apache πŸ˜›
    Snow is a wonderful surprise ❀
    Ciao
    Sid

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    1. The snow comes rarely, and leaves quickly in the Verde Valley where I live 4,326 ft.) It is all about elevation here. Now in Flagstaff Arizona (6,909ft), they have had over forty inches of snow this season. I rarely travel up to Flagstaff in the winter months, yet it is one of my favorite places to spend time. Lots of folks flock to Flagstaff in the winter months for the skiing and snowboarding, sledding and anything fun to do in snow.
      Always enjoy your visits, and your kind words. Thank you.

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    1. Once the sun hits the snow here, it melts very quickly which is one reason I enjoy it so much!
      Spring will be there soon to the Garden State, Ken. Hold on just a while longer. As Spring in New Jersey is absolutely beautiful.

      Thanks for stopping by. Always appreciated.

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