In the desert, you can’t remember your name… no, in the desert, in gets a lot colder after the sun sets than most visitors anticipate. For that reason, if you’re attending a Sedona UFO Tour, plan to dress for nights that are 30 degrees colder than an afternoon hike. Hats and gloves are recommended.
In the wintertime, those beautiful 70+ temps at 2pm can become 39 degree temps by 9pm, with a breeze. Since I always want my attendees to be comfortable, these bright green hats and gloves will be available for wearing while on the tour if someone isn’t pre-warned and prepared. They’re warm, fuzzy, and stretch like crazy. This small alien can wear them, and so can a much larger alien! They fit small humans and medium humans very well. Not sure the gloves would fit a Buffalo Bills halfback, but they fit about everyone else.
Space Buick is always there to lean against, to relax the neck muscles while viewing the UFO’s over Sedona. AL Jr. doubles as a passenger-side air bag for the Sedona UFO Tour Guide. Don’t tell AL Jr. that, though.
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