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older than dirt.

Good morning.
The last 2 days of our trip took us through Sedona and Prescott. Sedona sits in a red rock valley surrounded by beautiful scenery. 

Here's a couple of pics from a balcony where we had a couple of drinks.
Sedona is definitely a tourist town. They have pink jeep tours and we saw their jeeps all over.
Most of the stores were typical t-shirts, jewelry and the usual southwest memorabilia. I did buy a 'dirt shirt'. It's a t-shirt that's 'dyed' using the red clay found here.

After spending the day in Sedona, we headed south to Cottonwood, where we spent our last 2 nights. We choose this little town, because it was between Sedona and Prescott, and had easy access back to the highway for our drive back to Vegas.
Here, we ate at a Mexican sports bar for dinner called Calavera.

And as you see in these pics, Calavera is Spanish for skull. And they were on the tables and chairs and backs of the booths.

A little bit on the creepy side, but the food was good and it was right across the street from our hotel.
Now, the last day here, we drove to Prescott, and toured the interesting town square and area around the courthouse. And apparently, I didn't take one pic that day.
Then back to Cottonwood, and Tuesday morning, the drive back to Vegas. Got there and back safe, no issues....a good trip!

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