As soon as the weather gets good and warm, it happens. A steady stream of people in swimsuits and flip flops make a cheerful pilgrimage along the highway in Oak Creek Canyon to Slide Rock State Park, home of Sedona's most celebrated swimming hole.
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Some say it's an anagram for "anodes," proof that powerful earth energies surge and swirl around red rock canyons and spires. Actually, Sedona is the name of a woman, one of the first pioneers drawn to what was once an isolated, rough land, where carving a life from the rocky soil meant hard work and even heartbreak.
The magical music flowing from Dianne Springfield’s cello at the beginning of the August 11th Sedona City Council meeting created a soothing and peaceful atmosphere. The pleasant music set a calm tone for a meeting that ofttimes can be politically charged and sometimes controversial.
It’s Saturday morning at 7:30 am. Highway 89A west of Sedona Red Rock High School is dotted with people in bright yellow vests, holding big blue bags and wearing orange gloves. The volunteers are scouring the landscape collecting litter tossed from the vehicles of visitors coming to and leaving Sedona.
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