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Yesterday and today have been slower, more relaxed days. We see the end of our trip coming and we have been trying to take in as much of this great little town as we can. Yesterday (Thursday) we slept in, hung out at the pool and drove around a bit just checking out the side streets and vistas around the area. We were feeling adventurous for dinner and thought we would check out the only restaurant in town that serves rattlesnake and ...
... the visitor's center lookout) because if we'd stayed on the bus, we would have missed sunset all together. The light on the rocks was spectacular. Changing colors, the misperception of different depths through the shadows on the rock faces, seeing other people located at other points along the rim trail communicated an enormity. We staying for about 30 minutes or so, and then hopped the shuttle back to Trailer Village. A long game of Ticket to Ride with Jacob, Kris, Abe and ...
... and charge or vitalize the physical body.
The magnetic exhibit a female force and are receptive to the psychic subconscious mind.
There are seven vortexes in Red Rock Country. Only four are usually discussed. The largest is Boynton Canyon. It is electro-magnetic with a powerful energy that promotes physical and emotional healing. It is located off Dry Creek Road in West Sedona in the general area west of the Seven Canyons development.
... the air, everywhere had heating on, and it was some mighty powerful heating. Add that to signs in car parks warning of falling ice and snow and waiting snow ploughs and it doesn't quite make it onto the 'list of places I would like to live' at first sight, but it's not far off. The place isn't perfect, looking to have more than average numbers of homeless and dispossessed people too - the Christian ...
... River valley followed closely just as quickly by a third during the climb out of the valley.
We turned off the Interstate on Hwy 179 toward Oak Creek Village and Sedona. The area's well known red rocks came into view soon after heading north on 179.
Arriving in Sedona by noon, we continued on to Oak Creek Canyon stopping at a park at the head of the canyon where Native ...