Part of an exhibit in the Visitors' Center.
We spent quite a while relaxing by the cool creek, which may have been my favorite part of our Sedona excursions.
Mystery butterfly (I'd take an ID, again.)
Western box elder bug nymphs.
We saw some birds on our walk, including a female pyrrhuloxia and a hummingbird, both which escaped the view of my cameras. We had dinner at Rene at Tlaquepaque, a boutique area styled in the manner of a Mexican villa. When last I was here, this was a dirt parking lot surrounded by trees. Charles had antelope and I had roasted duck. It was pricey, but delicious.
After dinner we headed for Page, AZ. Our directionally-challenged GPS directed us into the Flagstaff airport. It obviously wasn't taking the job seriously anymore. On our way through Flagstaff we saw a bolide. It was ironic, considering we'd been at Meteor Crater the day before.
Next stop; Page, AZ.