Oak Creek Spa Resort
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... to some of the others was nice.
By the time Kate was ready to leave I had had it and was not interested in food, so I suggested she go off with Sisi and find something and. I came back to the hotel for some much needed space.
Yes, sometimes the missing cuts through one like a knife and I haven't even got the breath to express the depth of pain.
Forrest Gump was wrong. Life is not like a box of chocolates, but all too often more like a blunt pencil... pointless.
... It was fun to walk around Tlaquepaque in the afternoon sunshine. We had lunch at Javalina Cantina, a Mexican restaurant recommended by a local we met at the Airport Mesa. Wonderful food. We loved the Gambel's Quails hanging around in the creek bed below our outdoor table - they have a cute little "cuck" on their head that made me giggle.
On Thursday, we took the road north through the Coconino National Forest and Oak Creek Canyon, a 16 mile scenic ...
... any type of night life and excitement you can find in a bigger city.
My favorite was a 2.5 hour tour with Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours. They were great. From the guy in the booth, I found out about a drumming circle for the full moon. From Kevin, our guide, I learned so much about the land in that area. We went to a couple of private vortex sites where we did a little ritual at one of them. I was so excited because I could feel the energy. ...
... They have signs all over and when we were here 5 years ago, Fred asked them if they had a Moxie sign. They didn't so he sent them one. We stopped to see if it was hanging in a place of honor. It wasn't in the store and the owner thought that his wife had kept it in their house, because apparently their home is just like the store. Too bad we couldn't see it but glad to know it has a good home.
... in Downtown, but it was Tuesday night and pretty much everything was quiet. We then decided to head over to the apparently pretty happening club, but on a Tuesday it wasn't happening at all! This time, felt sorry for Micah who had done everything in his power to give us a great time but with everything backfiring! After that just hung around the Fremont Street area, saw a funny tramp dancing in the middle of the concert area by himself - actually have a video of that i'll need to ...
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