Fun Fact: The city of Sedona was named after Sedona Schnebly, the wife of Theodore Schnebly, the city's first postmaster.
Her mother, Amanda Miller, claimed to have made the name up because "it sounded pretty".
Amanda, we owe you a debt of gratitude. We're really glad we didn't have to name this the Schnebly Blanket.
(No offense, Schneblies)
Remember your favorite blanket as a child?
The one that you took everywhere, the one that made you feel safe, and the one that smelled like every memory you've ever had?
You're a grown-up now.
And this is your new Adventure Binky.
Beach Blanket. Picnic Blanket. Camping Blanket. Life Blanket.
From music festivals to romantic nights under the stars, and from the back of your campervan to the edge of the Grand Canyon - the Sedona Adventure Blanket from Trek Light Gear is your new best friend.
This heavyweight blanket (go ahead, call it Trek Heavy) will keep you warm and comfy on cold nights and is oversized so you've got plenty of room to share with a friend.
I recently redecorated a room in my home as a tribute to my Texan roots now being located in the frozen tundra that is Chicago, and this blanket really tied the whole room together. Not only is it BEAUTIFUL but the colors are vibrant and the comfort level is out of control. This is gonna be a staple for my annual road trip out west to the mountains for sure and I can't wait to show this bad boy off whenever I get the chance!
Initially purchased this blanket for my bed. But after seeing the beautiful vibrant colors, I had to put it on my sofa. It gets softer and more comfortable every time I use it! And it’s beautiful!
Your blanket was a major “ice breaker” between the group of 21 of us and tribe on arrival to their land. It was given from us as “brothers and sisters”. Aritana is one of 3 great chiefs of the Xingu tribes fighting to preserve their way of living from encroachment by the Brazilian government. Upon receiving the blanket the tribal members yelled their term for Aho, Ya wee pee. We are the first Non indigenous group to visit that wasn’t there to “take”. Your blanket was the opening gift to create that exchange.