Drove through Coconino National Forest today—a winding high elevation drive through the mountains. Beautiful, but not for the faint of heart! Spent the day touring Sedona—an adorable town surrounded by the Red Rock Forest. Gorgeous rock formations! The rocks are red because over 300million years ago Sedona was at the bottom of a sea and seashells formed a limestone layer and eventually the iron in thee water oxidized the limestone giving it the rusty red color. Went to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a stunning chapel built by a student of Frank L. Wright—simple yet powerful! The crucifix is 30 feet tall and no matter where you sit or kneel, Jesus’ eyes are focused on you. At sunset, we drove up to the Airport Overlook—another steep, winding road —where the view was spectacular albeit a bit hazy from a California forest fire. Lots of retired folks, artists and healing centers here! No matter where you look, the view is terrific!