We drove to the Sedona tourist information office and received some great suggestions as to what to do and see in Sedona. The Chapel of the Holy Cross was one of them. It seems that people flock to Sedona to watch the sun rise and set off of the red rocks of Sedona and especially at the Chapel. It has been built directly into the butte and offers a spectacular view of the valley 200 feet below, no wonder they have over a hundred weddings there every year. I was taking photo after photo of the chapel and then all of a sudden I noticed that I didn’t have the digital photo card installed. I left it at the coach…not a smart thing to do. Oh well, I’ve made a promise to go back as this is one of those pictures I want in the gallery. Then we did something else that I was going to want my camera for. We were told of Schnebly Hill Road. This is a 4 wheel drive road that takes you from 3,000 to over 7,000 feet in 11 miles of dirt and rock. We wind up the hill side from the middle of Sedona and make our way around and through the red rocks that give this area its mystique. The views back into Sedona and the red rock pinnacles below were unbelievable. Our ride over 11 miles took us over 2 ½ hours, but it was worth the ride.