In December 2011, I wrote an article about the Sedona Airport and the noise it creates in our community. It seems that there are very few places left in Sedona where a hiker, bicyclist, or other forest visitor can find even a square inch of silence. While this issue is bad enough, some new… [Continue Reading]
One of the Mayan prophecies foretelling the changes to come in December 2012 refers to the “giant web in the sky.” Many have interpreted that web to be the web of communication created by the Internet. But, if you look up into the skies of Northern Arizona on any given day, you may begin to… [Continue Reading]
The Sedona Airport began as a project instigated by two commercial charter pilots in 1952. Ray Steele and Joe Moser operated their charter service out of Cottonwood at that time but decided that Tabletop Mountain, the flat-topped mesa located in the middle of what is now West Sedona, would be an ideal spot for take-offs… [Continue Reading]
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Cindy Cole is a writer and photographer who lives among the Red Rocks of Sedona, Arizona.