Bridget Bogan Keitel

Architecture, General, Inspiration /

An Architect’s View of Sedona

Every year I travel with my former college roommates for a long weekend. We live in five different areas in the country, so we choose someplace unique that supports our need for the urban environment, nature, solitude, experience, or culture. The five of us met the first week at University of Kansas years ago. Arriving, I didn’t know a soul but left with lifelong friends (and a great education!).

This year, we spent a long weekend in Sedona, Arizona. The quietness and beauty of the geological formations were enhanced by perfect weather and friendly people. Initially, the darkness of the city was maddening, as no street lights made it hard to find our lodging late at night; however, that big open sky, the beauty of the vast heavens chock full of stars, quickly dispelled our modern day navigational frustration.

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