This morning we attended our first "timeshare" presentation in over 15 years. Things have changed in the business, and it's not bad...but it just wasn't going to work for us. We have made our commitment to our "5 Year Plan", and that's how it's going to work. Anyway, after the presentation, we jumped into the Tracker and headed out to drive Schnebly Hill Road once more, but this time making sure that I not only had my camera, but I also had it loaded with the digital card. We didn't drive the whole 11 miles again, but the first 3. There were many locations that were great for getting the photos that I wanted, so with this one more time up the hill, I got what I wanted. We had passed this walled mall many times since we arrived here in Sedona, and this afternoon we decided to go through the gates and check it out. It is called "Tlaquepaque". I have never been in a more thought out shopping village (or mall). It was set in a Spanish theme and totally built with the idea of not disturbing one standing major tree. Yes it was filled with gift shoppes, art galleries, and restaurants, but it was filled with "style".