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... woods into the valley bed.
After hairpins, mountains and forests we quickly emerged into a desert valley littered with towering red rocks. It was a beautiful sight, and meant that we were close to our destination. We continued through town to check into our hotel for the evening (the only reservation we made before leaving Bloomington,) then went on to Alcantara Vineyards.
Alcantara was home to our "Water to wine" tour. ...
... a beautiful pool. Our room overlooks the Sedona mountains. What a way to wake up.
Today, we decided to go for a hike in Fay Canyon. A volunteer at the Visitors' Centre suggested that it would be easy enough for the kids and you would get a great view of the canyon at the end. She was right. We had a great time, and the little climb at the end was totally worth it.
After our hike, we decided to visit Slide Rock State Park. Several people had ...
... day. We went to explore Red Rock State Park and did a shorter 1.5 mile hike. The area was pretty shaded and lower in the valley. It reminded me a lot of NH as it cris-crossed over Oak Creek. There were a lot of green trees and shrubs around the creek. After last nights rain, the water was looking pretty dirty and gray. After our hike, we went to Cathedral Rock and then to see the church that is built right into the rock. It was beautiful ...
... of the Canyon. I have to say when I saw the Canyon for the first time I had tears in my eyes! It is amazing I know I say that a lot but it was just breath taking!! We had lunch at the Angel Lodge, Arizona room restaurant it had a view overlooking the Canyon, the food was very good then we saw Hopi Indians dancing one guy did the ring dance it was great.so impressive. It is just so peaceful It is a place I could go back to again ...
... 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.