Saturday, February 23, 2008
I'm hiking in Boynton Canyon near Sedona, Ariz., and the woman behind me is berating her husband for not telling her to wear hiking boots, speaking to him in a voice that hints at ongoing bitterness.
Wednesday, December 8, 2004
Like many visitors to Sedona, I was intrigued by the area's mystical reputation. Could it be true that this small town of about 12,000 set in the middle of Arizona's spectacular red-rock country was a centre of transformational energy, a portal through which to connect with some universal force? Even the total realist has to feel a twinge of curiosity.
Saturday, February 22, 2003
Sedona Schnebly, the postmaster's wife in a small ranching community in the early 1900s, would hardly recognize the gentle, upscale elegance of the town that bears her name. Nor could she guess that this Northern Arizona town would become the residence of choice for so many celebrities and wealthy retirees.