The Coffee Pot Restaurant is home to 101 Omelets and got its name from the famous Coffee Pot Rock. Coffee Pot Rock is actually the highest point in Sedona at about 5,600 feet in elevation. The town sits at 4,350 feet in elevation.
Next we head into the quaint older shopping district for a little retail therapy. I can’t help but feel a sense of history. I image the pioneers on horseback discovering this majestic land. The history of this land goes way back to various Indian civilizations. The first Europeans (Spanish) explored the Verde Valley in the mid 1500’s and the first Anglo settled in the area in 1876.
Sedona is a small town of about 10,000 residents and consists of 19 square miles, 49% of which belong to the Coconino National Forest. With such an abundance of public access, the availability of hiking is endless.
Al and I finally feel rested, relaxed, rejuvenated, and ready to hit the road again. Although I must admit, I could stay for quite awhile and never tire of the view.