Don't Ask For Whom The Bell Tolls
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Telephoto of Bell Rock from approximately 6 miles to the north.
You can see how the landform got its name.
After the ancestral Rocky Mountains were formed, the area which is now
Sedona rose as tidal flats from an ancient sea.
Sand was blown into the sea. As the sea receded, the accumulated layers
became the red-hued sandstone making up Bell Rock.
September 16, 2009