When I visited Sedona last year, I went to an outdoor market at the Oak Creek Factory Outlets. There was a man who had a table of sterling silver jewelry. His jewelry did not tend to be Native American. He had some very nice dragonfly charms and pendants. I know this is a shot in the dark, but I'm wondering if anyone might be familiar with him. I would like to purchase a piece of his jewelry. He told me he lived in Arizona, but not Sedona. He is a silversmith., but he had retired from another profession.
I am in the process of planning a trip to BA. However I may end up going on my own. I have gone to Europe on my own many times and speak some Spanish. When I mentioned at work my travel plans I had mixed responses...concerns over my safety. Is there a real reason for concern and if not what is the best location for my hotel? I hope to go either June or November. Weather isn't much of a concern..more so price and ability to see the main sights. Thanks!
My daughter and her friend are wanting to hike to Supai. They are novice hikers, but do quite a bit of jogging. What is the best way they can train for this hike. and How dangerous is this? They do not want to hire a guide. How long does the hike take? and What is a switchback? It seems there is a cliff along the edge? (is that BOTH edges?) and how deep is the ravine there? Is October too cool at night? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
and I read somewhere if I know where the head of the tour is I can drive over there and park there and then hire a guide right? where exactly is the parking lot? how to get there?
also what time of the day is the best, I am planning to go in oct not too hot and not cold, last time we went to lake powell for the boat tour it was nov or so
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