Super 8 Sedona Motel
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... to our house.
PS Sedona is supposedly a place that is blessed by very powerful energy vortexes - places where the spiritual energy of the earth can be felt and sensed by those who are open to it. Vortex maps available online tell you where to find these vortexes. We visited a few and were disappointed not to feel anything special. Oh well, I guess we must be spiritually underdeveloped.
... learned that the electricity on the camper wasn't working properly, which mean no a/c, no outlets in the camper, no fans - no nothing. I took the kids to the pool and Abe began his diligent work figuring out what was wrong. After 3 hours and a trip to the hardware store, he was able to restore electric to the unit. Call him MyGyver -- he fixed it, yet again. While waiting for the camper to either 1) be fixed or 2) make reservations at a motel, the kids and I got some lunch ...
... for one morning.
In the gallery they had photos, textiles, pots and sculpture, jewellery and fine art. I enjoyed it more than the gallery last night which was a bit brash in comparison. This was tasteful stuff and more sensibly priced too. They run art courses and workshops on the back of it, so we signed in, as they receive arts funding based on the the number of signed in visitors.
I offered to sign in with 20 different names, but ...
... made friends with an older dude who was pregaming for "this land is your land" concert (he said we were too young to know the artist - can you name him?). Our newfound buddy was a huge proponent for legal marijuana and actually showed us his medical marijuana card for AZ. Then he told us how he had to time having his brownie and half of a cookie perfectly before heading to the concert.
Mood of the Day: Loved Sedona, ready for the Grand Canyon, sorry for such a long blog ...
... to check out more ruins, and pictographs. We continued on through towards Palatki on old dirt roads through the desert. Seeing the ruins are a big deal with her....with her interest in anthropology. It's not as big a deal with me...but I like the rides through the desert, seeing places and things so different from where we live. These remote dirt roads take you to vistas not seen from the interstate......and that's ...