My Favorite Westerns

A Celebration of Western Movies … Pardner!

American South West

Wow! We’re back.
Like most things, you can read about it and watch it from afar all you like … but until you actually go there and experience it …
Especially the heat. We’re tanned and tired. But it was great (except for the dental stuff).
I now have a mouth full of teeth. Sort of. No gaps anyway.
Modern dentristry has come a long way, but they still haven’t figured out how to completely remove the pain.
Maybe I shoulda thot about going to one of those guys who ‘puts you under’ – anesthesia. Or … I coulda just drank a bottle of whisky with John Wayne and had him knock me cold.
But where can you find a John Wayne when you need him? Well … right here!

Lottsa Pictures

We took lottsa pictures – over 400 (not including the ones I sadly lost)
Posting a few for your curiosity:

Sedona - entering from the south

Sedona – entering

Below: the view from our 4th floor room in Sedona – partial. Not spectacular as many vistas in the area, but still nice.

Sedona - View

Sedona View

Sedona - The View 2

Sedona View Too

Sedona - The View 3

Rose and Fountain

Sedona - The Pool

Old fat guy in pool

At poolside Rose and I call ourselves “The Tsunami Twins” – cuz when we jump in the pool the water level rises by several inches and unwary bathers are frequently washed ashore.

Rose - Tsunami Twin #1 - and survivors

Rose (Tsunami Twin #1) – and survivors

 Whew !!! enough for today …

Coming Soon: completions for Western Movie Badguys: Lee Marvin. 

John Wayne and Gail Russell in Angel and the Badman (1947, Republic Pictures). Filmed in Sedona in 1946.

4 thoughts on “Sedona Trip completed … Phoenix, Yuma, Sedona …

  1. Teepee12 says:

    Welcome home 🙂 I see you got the camera working. I knew you would!

    1. jcalberta says:

      Thank you ! We got a few good shots in there.

  2. Trapper Gale says:

    Sedona is beautiful, isn’t it?

    1. jcalberta says:

      Yes .. not ruined yet !!!
      I’ve been going to Sedona off and on since the 70’s – it has become a tourist haven for sure, but the beauty is still there and there is much to do.

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