Always during a tour I am reminded just how small and powerless I am. Usually it's the landscape that reminds me of this. On this trip, it's the landscape AND Congress! My thanks to both for helping me see (for the umpteenth time) the value of patience, resilience and simply asking for help. I am excited about our days to come--they weren't the ones I planned a year ago, but they are sure to bring new sights and unexpected adventure. A few shots from the afternoon Hummer tour are below.
10/4/2013 09:42:48 am
This was really a bumpy ride! But so much fun.
10/5/2013 06:56:43 am
No excitement on the Hummer tour like one of them falling off the road and hanging over a cliff? How could you beat that jeep tour!
10/5/2013 11:15:12 pm
Mark, Pink Jeep also operates in Sedona--we did NOT use them after that harrowing trip up Death Valley's Red Pass. We went with Sedona Jeep Tours; they offer a few different loops, but I opted NOT to do the one called "Cliff Hanger" or the one called "Jeep Eater," for obvious reasons!
10/7/2013 11:07:28 am
That tour was awesome! I would so do Cliff Hanger or a Jeep Eater tour. Chicken (lol)
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Cat Herder (aka Marisa) has been guiding pilot tours in the American West for over twenty years. Keep tabs on your Parkwest pilot friends, National Park news and other tidbits here!