Thursday, June 22, 2017

Day 4 Sedona, Arizona

We arrived in Sedona and unloaded the trailer at Cave Springs campsite.  Josh read about a hike that was one of the most popular and family friendly in Sedona so we thought we would give it a try.  It was the West Fork of Oak Creek Trail in Sedona, Arizona and just 2 miles from our campsite.

This hike started with a valley full of apple trees that descended down into a canyon with overwhelming red canyon walls that followed along a beautiful creek. 

We took Bean with us and allowed him to run off his leash whenever the trail was clear.  He provided us lots of laughs. He LOVES to run ahead then come back to us and make sure we are sill following him. 

We went through 7 of the 13 creek crossings and stopped for a little swim in one of the bigger ones.  Bean jumped in for a swim too. 

This hike was easy and absolutely gorgeous.  We ended our night with apple races down the creek.  We put our apple on the bridge, gently pushed them off, and watched the current take it down stream. I’m pretty sure my apple won but don’t tell Josh and Jenna because they think they won.

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