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... winedy, steep roads up into the mountainside with very little, other than tiny houses and one or two restaurants.
So back onto the highway we went and headed toward Phoenix. We found a cool place for dinner, Rustlers Rooste,not too far from the airport and we were one of the first ones there when they opened at 4. It was an old cowboy themed restaurant complete with a real steer that greeted us at the door! There was a slide that went from ...
... to Trailer Village. It was no problem for Kristine to park behind the camper in her rental car or set up her tent at our site -- something impossible to do in some of the other parks, such as Yellowstone. We got things set up, but Abe spent the majority of the afternoon working on the window. Once he determined that he couldn't fix it, we noticed the camper bathroom sink leaking underneath the camper. After he got that fixed, the bathroom door in the camper came off the ...
... 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 ...
... and Roger. Very serene and inspiring there. (Brie - this is where the vortex stone we got you is from.) :o)
Roger was sitting on the patio later (elevating his ankle, which he turned over climbing down from the vortex), eating peanuts and making friends with two squirrels that were hanging around. They figured they hit the peanut jackpot. After we went inside the trailer, one of them was brave enough to climb up the trailer steps, stand on ...
... the northwest and was in full beam by the time I returned to the Charger. I learned that these trails are normally heavily used by both hikers and mountain bikers but the weather kept most folks away. I only saw one older couple (twice) and a mountain biker. Just how I like it!
I strung together four different trails for a total hike of around 9 miles which I did in just under 4 hours. I was pretty beat though as this was my fourth straight day ...
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