Sunday, October 5, 2008

Dropping by Sedona

We're back! We had a wonderful time in the Grand Canyon. I'm still going through over 200 photos picking the best. On the way back home today, we drove down through Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona. It's a beautiful drive with phenomenal views. It was a rainy day, so we decided to stop at the one shop in Sedona that is our all time favorite -- Silver Son West Gallery. It's the coolest shop in the Southwest as far as I'm concerned! You be the judge! All the pictures were taken in outside display areas because they don't allow pictures inside in the expensive gallery areas. And they have more inside that out! It's an amazing shop. Craig even likes it! Unfortunately, I walked away from the shop with just my photos. If I ever win a lottery, I'll be back to buy them out!

With all the road construction in Sedona right now, they've got this big chicken out front to alert customers! Notice the beautiful Red Rocks in view!

Shop Entrance

Old Wagon and Pots for Sale

Fountains and Cacti!

Carved Indian Chief

Wagon Wheels

Metal Garden Sculptures

Mexican Pots

Wall Plaques

Old Signs

Old Blue Wagon


Signs and More!

More Sun and Moon Pottery

Cool Corona Bar and More Pots

Pepper Garlands and Pot and Wind Chimes


More Pepper Garlands!

Kool Koi!

More Signs!

Old Bell


Islaholic Trixie said...

If I win the lottery, meet me there. Love everything!!! Thanks for taking me "window" shopping!!

jeanie said...

What a great store !!!! I just checked my lottery tickets 2 minutes ago and won a free ticket and $10 so maybe when I re-invest it next week...... I love those fancy chimineas. Thanks Beck!!!

Beck said...

Brenda and Jeanie, I see so many items I want, I just get overwhelmed. And I wish I could have taken pictures inside! Beautiful jewelry, watercolors, pottery, etc.... All the good stuff!

Sue said...

I just keep saying the same thing over and over - your pictures are something special. I love them all. The chimineas look like they're about to march on parade - they look human! I want one! Thanks again!