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... down to the dining room, which kept Matt busy. We were also able to try the rattlesnake and cactus fries before we left too. The snake was battered and deep fried so it tasted like chewy chicken...I guess it was worth it to say I tried it, but I don't think I will be beating down any doors to do it again!
We left the restaurant a little earlier than we thought and headed to the airport. Thankfully we had LOTS of time because the car rental ...
... repair. Abe was bushed after all the handyman activity. We hung out for a bit, had a snack, and then drove to the Visitor's Center to get oriented. Along with 40 million other people (this was the most packed I'd ever seen a park), we got some information from the folks at the Center and then walked a bit of the rim trial that extends just behind the Center. Our first views of the Canyon were, while crowded, incredible. It just can't be described fully -- there must be ...
... It was, and — according to him -- it caused problems on the landing strip. The vortex cooperatively moved about a half mile down Airport Road to the saddle where it is now located.
Ms Bryant’s audio tape about vortexes and earth energy mentions only the current site of the Airport Vortex.
According to Ms. Bryant vortexes are either electrical (positive), magnetic (negative), or electro-magnetic (balance of both). The electric exhibit a ...
... 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 ...
... hiking. The whole area was beautiful with lots of mini plateaus and canyons scattered throughout the forest. Once I took a wrong turn and ended up staring at a 10 foot canyon face! At least I knew I took a wrong turn.
One more interesting thing about this trail that I had never seen before-the trail used fenced in rock piles as trail markers. It took me about an hour to figure this out as it didn't seem to make any sense. I'd seen plenty of ...