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Discovering the Amitabha Buddhist Stupa

How Sedona Arizona Got Its Name ....Sedona Schnebly 1877- 1950

How Sedona Arizona Got Its Name Sedona Schnebly 1877- 1950

Sedona Arizona named for Sedona Arabella Schnebly an early pioneer woman who came to the area with her husband T Carl Schnebly and family.

Jerome AZ, Ghost town EXPLORED # 351 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Jerome AZ, Ghost town (by John Hardison)-Another trip Gary and I took when we lived in Phoenix from 1978 to

Sedona, AZ: West Clear Creek. Immerse yourself (literally) in the crystal clear waters of the Coconino National Forest on this multi-day amphibious trek that features classic—and unavoidable—canyon swims.

Sedona, AZ: West Clear Creek

Immerse yourself (literally) in the crystal clear waters of the Coconino National Forest on this multi-day amphibious trek that features classic—and unavoidable—canyon swims.

Woods Canyon  Sedona, AZ

Woods Canyon Sedona is famous for its red rocks, but the local topography features more than that, including the lush riparian areas along this trail.

Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona, Arizona.  Go to www.YourTravelVideos.com or just click on photo for home videos and much more on sites like this.

Lit a candle at this church for my Dad.love to go there while in Sedona

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