Kings Ransom Inn
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... off site and we needed a shuttle to come back to the terminal. Also...to Emily's dismay, she was chosen as the evenings security check and had to endure a pat-down and baggage re-scan. She was a good sport, despite being a little mortified!
I have to say that this has been a wonderful trip and I hope the kids will remember all the cool little experiences and funny little stories...and that they will be 45 years old and still saying..remember when??
... who has attempted to use words, but mine completely fail me. We all just kept walking along, feeling pushed by the crowds and everyone else's "ohs" and "ahs" -- it was sort of neat experiencing the vastness, and the diversity of the Canyon with so many others. We returned to the camper for some dinner with a plan to go to a lookout point to watch the sunset. One thing we had to keep on the lookout for were the ravens the inhabited the trailer campground. The size of a ...
... 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.
... village built on a hilltop. Montezuma Castle is a 5-story, 20 room dwelling in a cliffside recess 100 ft above the valley. Early American settlers marveled at the structure, assumed it was Aztec in origin, and named it Montezuma Castle. But, since the Aztec Emperor lived long after the site's occupation, it is inappropriately named. And Montezuma Well is a water oasis in the desert, with cliffside dwellings along its walls. The water there is saturated ...
... but none like this. They definitely came in handy though!
After the trail i went into Sedona to my motel. Sedona seems to be a really an interesting little city. I saw some pretty swanky houses that looked like huge pueblos. They had to be pricy. I'm sure there are plenty of athletes,execs and celebs that have houses somewhere in these hills. I ate a nice dinner at a local restaurant then retired to get ready for another action packed day tomorrow!