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... striking out with sunsets because of the clouds and rain during the evenings we have been available. Oh well...the rocks are beautiful anyway!
So tonight is our last night. Most of the packing is done and we have a late check out, so we are hoping to swim for a while and relax most of the morning. We plan to check out one or two more sights in the afternoon and make our way to Phoenix in the afternoon for our flight home tomorrow ...
Even though the drive from Lake Havasu City to Flagstaff is one of our shorter ones, we still can't away before 9:30 and always arrive before 3:00 Today's trip was along I40 through Kingman, Seligman and Williams, AZ where we enjoyed the easing of the heat as we climbed our way through the Kaibab National Forest to Flagstaff. Flagstaff is situated atop the Colorado Plateau at an elevation of ...
... more like a time warp that causes temporary confusion, disorientation, and foul-ups. Not really good vibes for a post office, retail shops and a hotel.
Indian Gardens is a unique, man-made vortex. It doesn’t do much. It is temporary and will dissipate in time. Ms. Bryant said she learned of this vortex through psychic reception.
Apache Leap is located across 179 from Bell Rock. It is very negative. She received psychic knowledge (which she ...
... Duh. So off we went. Well that was a lot easier. Turns out there are two vortexes - the one with feminine energy, and the one with masculine energy. And a balance circle. And a flute player who was there before we got there. :(
I sat at the base of the feminine energy vortex, and soaked up the energy that you can't help but feel there. I made prayer rocks for Brie & me. Then we went to the masculine energy vortex and made prayer rocks for ...
... universe for ever, and for me to stand in the very room where Pluto was discovered and the theory of the big bang was discovered, is a huge deal.
our visit showed us around the grounds of this historic facility and even though it was really cold, we both loved it. that night, we had to go back and take that opportunity to do some stargazing ourselves with some of the telescopes that had been set up for visitors. We saw the craters of the moon ...
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