La Vista Motel
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... coming out from the surface of the earth. The vortex energy is not exactly electricity or magnetism, although it does leave a slight measurable residual magnetism in the places where it is strongest."
Anyhow, this Shangri La in Arizona attracts a lot of people not just as tourist. Actually, quite some many celebraties have found a home here.
... and online and could find nothing about these two in Sedona.
We spent one day driving to Cottonwood, another small city in the Verde Valley. On our way we stopped at the Oak Creek Winery. Very good wine. We were very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the Arizona wines. Later in our stay we went to the Sedona Wine Festival.
We visited three Native American archeological sites ...
... game with our money, being up the. Down. Then really up, then really down! We turned in relatively early again. I think we seriously under estimated how tired we were after the wedding etc. and I think we both raised it was rest that we both needed. Today we left around 2, but not before bumping into friends on the strip, which was lovely! The drive here was good and 4 hour later and With no glitches to speak of, we found ourselves here, in ...
This morning was not the best time to wake with an iffy tummy. Oh no. Please not, on the day we are off on a two hour off road jeep experience!
Isn't it slways the way?
Our Pink Jeep tour was due to set off at 9am, after we had signed our lives away on a total disclaimer. That is always a little disconcerting.... but one has no choice, so sign away.
There was special mention for anyone with a bad back that they did not recommend the tour: which made ...
... 66. We made a pit stop in Santa Rosa, NM to see Blue Hole, a very popular scuba site. It's 61 degrees year round and felt absolutely freezing to us, we didn't make it past our ankles.
After a long day of driving, we pitched our tent at Hyde Memorial State Park in the mountains overlooking Sante Fe, NM. Paige thought it would be an Einstein move to put sheets on the air mattress and use an old comforter, rather than use our cold-weather sleeping bags. To her ...