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... make our way south. We thought we would try to visit Jerome, which is an old mining town (copper mines) that was supposed to have some kid friendly museums. Interesting little town...it is tiny and at a steep elevation of 5000 feet. There truly isn't much there as it is an inhabited ghost town (if that makes sense) and we didn't even bother getting out of the car. It reminded me of one of the tiny villages we have run across in some of the Caribbean ...
... here. Where the hotel viewing point is was apparently The Duke's favourite place to look out across this amazing valley. This was of course well before the hotel was built...!!! We book a four wheel drive tour onto the valley floor with a Navajo guide for tomorrow morning, have a quick freshen up, and prepare ourselves for the sunset. Unsurprisingly, it's beautiful, mind blowing and any other superlative you could care to think of. Straight after that it ...
... It was, and — according to him -- it caused problems on the landing strip. The vortex cooperatively moved about a half mile down Airport Road to the saddle where it is now located.
Ms Bryant’s audio tape about vortexes and earth energy mentions only the current site of the Airport Vortex.
According to Ms. Bryant vortexes are either electrical (positive), magnetic (negative), or electro-magnetic (balance of both). The electric exhibit a ...
... at the start of the trail, he was there the day before. Of course he was. That would have been amazing! We also learned there is a 0.3 mile Vista trail that leads directly to the vortex. Seriously!!? Ack!! I guess we would have missed the beautiful scenery, though. I'm really trying to conjure up some of those vortex ions to put a positive spin on this!
As I write this on Saturday, I realize the obvious thing to do is go back and hike the ...
... south of Flagstaff but at a much lower elevation so there shouldn't t be snow there. But first I had to get there and that meant plowing through the Flagstaff snow.
I remained in the hotel as long as I could hoping the snow storm would pass. Once the maid before the maid kicked me out, I had no where to hide and the snow seemed to be getting stronger. The official forecast called for 3-5 inches of accumulation and it seemed like that goal would ...