Briar Patch Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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??
We left the hotel early this morning to go to the Sequoia national park. At first there was no tall trees but then we saw some kind of tall ones and after that we saw HUGE trees! One of the tallest ones is 275 tall and the trunk in 25 feet in diameter and is the oldest tree on earth (General Sherman tree). I stood on a fallen sequoia and walked in to another one. After we were done there we drove to the Sleep Inn in Bakersfield and I'm laying on the bed typing this ...
... temporarily living in Sedona. She psychically channeled an “entity” who described several different energy spots here in Red Rock Country. Ms. Bryant named them “vortexes.”
A local hair stylist who has lived here 35-plus years recalls Bryant sitting in a chair in his salon with a map of Sedona spread out before her, geographically locating the vortexes.
He suggested that Airport Mesa would be good since it was easily accessible ...
... owned by the tribe, provide jobs for a LOT of people in this area. And while the Apache are famed as a warring tribe....the Apache I have encountered have been as nice as they could be. Suffice to say, I like it here. My people were mostly eastern band Cherokee, with a few Wyandotte and Chippewa thrown in. I don't know much about the western tribes...so I'm looking forward to learning more.
Tomorrow we check out some of the sights. ...
... desert gardens, and tall columns of pinyon and large ponderosa pines. There are some beautiful houses and a resort in the valley. The canyon abruptly narrows and steepens up a shifting path beside a wash, with the sky a canopy of trees and the ground a carpet of leaves and, horror of horrors ... snow, albeit melting.
The trail was flanked by crooked bushes with extremely smooth, reddish brown twisted branches. They say the trees are ...