Briar Patch Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but are learning as one does if he or she pays attention. Lynn's famous chicken Nachos were the feature for dinner this evening and they were very fine. I must admit that I couldn't finish mine since the needle hit "full" before my plate was emptied. Fine vittles or good eats, as you choose...
It's darkening now, so I'll post it while I have good data reception. Thank for remaining and hopefully enjoying the road with us three...
... to our house.
PS Sedona is supposedly a place that is blessed by very powerful energy vortexes - places where the spiritual energy of the earth can be felt and sensed by those who are open to it. Vortex maps available online tell you where to find these vortexes. We visited a few and were disappointed not to feel anything special. Oh well, I guess we must be spiritually underdeveloped.
... t me to be a beautiful place to be and I am sure Nick would have appreciated it.
Although there were many times when we simply could not see the track in fornt of us as it disappeared downwards at too steep an angle, being the front jeep and having completed the seemingly impossible climb or descent, we were then able to look back and see the following jeep go through the same thing which was terrific. We could see the extreme angles we had just felt ...
... her while she does it.
We head off for another place called Tuzigoot. It's a pueblo up on a hill. The people who lived here a thousand years ago knew what people have known for centuries. If you control the high ground.....you CONTROL. They built their homes up on the hill, in sight of the next one. This sort of created a chain of pueblos. They grew crops, hunted, made pottery and tools....all the things people ...
... so ....... Anyhow, we came by Humphries Peak, highest mountain in AZ, over 12,000 feet, and Arizona Ski Bowl. Got to LaQuinta, Jane had a bit of stomach discomfort, but a beer got her back in shape. Dinner at Native New Yorker so I could play Buzztime Trivia. Hadn't played in months, but had a great game, ended up #20 in the Nation. Good food, Jane feeling better. Good evening. Tomorrow, Sedona and Prescott