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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??
... It not only resembles a bell, but it also resembles the Gemini space capsule (again, according to Ms Bryant). Energy emanates from the center of the rock to the heavens; it is a beacon.
At least all the folks who gathered for the Harmonic Convergence in 1987 thought so.
The other three vortexes are not nearly so romantic. The Hyatt Hotel/Post Office is a very small vortex centered on the hill which includes the Chamber of Commerce Building. Supposedly, ...
Headed to the Grand Canyon around 10. Had other plans to visit Antelope Valley and another cool place but unfortunately the team voted against it due to the fees we would have to pay. There were 7 of us in a full car so it was a fun 1hr and a half roady. The canyon was epic! We walked around the Southern rim along the viewing points, since it was Saturday it was very busy with tourists. What an unbelievable place, in my mind it couldn't be ...
... legs, and look in the screen door. Trick or treat! :)
We spent our last day here exploring the National Monuments dedicated to the ancestral villages of the Sinagua civilization in the Verde Valley - Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well. These ancient villages were excavated in the 1930's, giving work to men during the Depression. The Sinagua people left these villages around 1400 A.D. - it's not clear why.
Tuzigoot is a ...
... a little chilly, but still clear and dry enough to hit the trail. I drove to a hiking trail just south of the Village of Oak Creek, and a little south of Sedona. The trail I set off on was a 3.6 mile trail called the Bell Rock Pathway.
The entire area was beautiful. It was surrounded on all sides by massive buttes and the aforementioned Bell Rock. Bell Rock gets it name from it's bell shape. On further research, I read that it's known as an ...