Posts Tagged ‘Sedona’

We’re back in Sedona again this week, on the prowl for doors at Tlaquepaque once more. Let’s begin the beguine with some rather impressive gates, doors to the shopping complex.

This chapel is used for weddings at, I’m sure, a hefty price, but oh, the atmosphere!


for Six Word Saturday…9.26.20

Recently our older daughter and her husband visited us for a few days. It was the perfect time to get out of the city, so one day we headed for Sedona with a stop at Montezuma Castle.

In Sedona, Tlaquepaque is THE shopping area. Built to imitate a Mexican village, not a poverty-stricken one, I might add, it’s a lovely place, filled with beautiful flowers, sculptures, lovely tile, wonderful shops and restaurants…and of course, doors. It’s possible I shared this first pair of doors at some point in the past, but if so, who cares? They’re worth a second look. And it may take a second look to ascertain that they’re not exactly the same.

Did you spot the difference?

But wait! There’s more! (But no Ginsu knives if you buy now.)


The red rocks of Sedona, Arizona are justifiably famous as one of the most beautiful places in the Southwest.  In addition to the beauty, many people go to Sedona to search for inner balance.  It’s unlikely, though, that you’ll see many coming out as balanced as our younger daughter in this shot.  I don’t know about you, but it’s also unlikely, no, let’s make that impossible, that I would ever be doing this!

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