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We where on the move fairly early to head towards Sedona. We chatted to the Ranger on our way out of Dead Horse Ranch State Park and he told us about some of his favorite spots in the west area.
Our first stop was Fay Canyon for a hike. Then to the RV park to get checked in and have some lunch. Later we head off into town to explore the streets of Sedona then off to the airport road to watch the sunset from Airport Mesa. We ...
... New Mexico and Colorado. Along the way we passed many pueblos, the Native Indian settlements, distinctive for their flat roofed Adobe houses and round clay ovens in the yards where artisan pottery is fired and bread is baked. Further east the desert gave way to the vast farmland plains of Kansas and Missouri where we made short stops at towns with names such as Dodge City and Newton (the wickedest city in the west), evoking memories of ...
... of many movies.
At some point in time new age people discovered this place which suppose to have spiritial energy. There is even a vortex map available for 'Sedona region.
The internet says: "A vortex is the funnel shape created by a whirling fluid or by the motion of spiraling energy. The vortexes in Sedona are swirling centers of ...
If you haven't noticed from the pictures, we've had superb weather. We had rain overnight last night and two other brief times while driving, but have had beautiful weather.. Very lucky! Some areas we've been to don't see much rain, but others do. Of course the first paragraph was written this morning and the weather had been eeehh today. Josh always says I'm the queen of the jinx, but really it's not bad just a little dark and some sprinkles. We made ...
... br> A wedding party down below
They even had their dog!
Poor baby had to wear a tux
It was very well behaved.
We were fascinated by the shapes,
Within these big red rocks
Hey there's an Indian Chief
There's another of footy socks!
But all around this lovely town
The searing heat just got us down.
And so with reluctance we bid adieu
With hopes to come again anew.
Written July 5th while on the Amtrak!