We’re in Sedona, Arizona this week poking around to find out what our options might be for tearing down the old trailer and replacing it with something new.
Sedona is a town of contrasts; that’s for sure. There’s the artsy-fartsy element with its many galleries, the old hippy group with long hair and magic crystals, and there’s the funky trailers from the 70’s waiting to fall down. Throw in a few high-end spa retreats, jeep trail tours, and free Qigong classes from the resort your staying at, and it all begins to resemble a magic bus ride.
But as eclectic as it is, there seems to be room for anyone and everyone. So we’re enchanted with the idea of someday living here on a more or less permanent basis.
It suddenly reminded me of the old TV sitcom “Green Acres”. My wife likes the Gucci side of it, and I like the red rocks and dirt.