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Hi all,

Just returned from a week with my family in AZ. The last time I had been in AZ was 33 yrs ago when I was considering ASU. Anyway, we rented a home in Scottsdale, but me and the Mrs. took 3 days to visit Lake Havasu, the Grand Canyon, and Sedona; and thought some of you might enjoy a sampling of the pics I took:

Here goes (probably several pages of posts/pics):

The original London Bridge is in Lake Havasu.





We picked up Rt. 66 in Kingman:



The first day at the Grand Canyon it was hazy, but that gave the canyon interesting light and shadows:




 

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More GC pics:








 

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More GC pics (the sunset was spectacular):








 

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More GC pics:






Then we moved on to Sedona. Notice the difference in the color of the rock (reddish):




 

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Some more Sedona pics (Chapel Rock):





And finally, a pic from a former Tractor Manufacturer:

 

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Very good pictures. Thanks for posting. Looks like you saw some very interesting scenery and undoubtedly had a great time.
 

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Thanks for posting JDfanatic, really enjoyed the pics...you obviously have a knack for photography as well.


Glad you had a good time.
Steve in Pa
 

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Great photos! Wow you have been busy this past week. Glad you're back
and safe.:thThumbsU
 

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Thanks guys! :)
 

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Great pix!!! That was exceptional weather at GC! Only about 1/3 the normal "California Exhaust" in the air. Meet any friends of mine named Bonnie Abzugg, George Hayduke or Doc Sarvis while in AZ? :D
 

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The base of the canyon at the south rim is ~ 3,000 feet. The Colorado River is ~ 2,000 feet below that. So figure about a mile down! :)

Harold, I can't say that I met any of those characters, but who knows, we might have just waved to each other across the bar! :ROF
 

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Outstanding pics! :thThumbsU That is one big ditch.:ROF
 
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