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... day. We went to explore Red Rock State Park and did a shorter 1.5 mile hike. The area was pretty shaded and lower in the valley. It reminded me a lot of NH as it cris-crossed over Oak Creek. There were a lot of green trees and shrubs around the creek. After last nights rain, the water was looking pretty dirty and gray. After our hike, we went to Cathedral Rock and then to see the church that is built right into the rock. It was beautiful ...
... out of the park," the woman said. They were close to the finish. After our hike we walked through the El Tovar Hotel, which was really old-timey and cool. Wood and taxidermied animals heads hung throughout. Rustic but nice. Abe and I got back to the camper in time to make some breakfast for everyone, and then we drove to the Visitor's Center where we met John, a guide from Bright Angel Bicycles, who would take us on the Yaki Tour, an interpretive bike ride through a chunk ...
... Ms Bryant the Yavapai consider that to be sacred land and the area may be under the protection of the “grandfather spirits” who make it difficult to develop sacred land.
Cathedral Rock is an astral, magnetic vortex promoting past life recall, among other phenomena. The above mentioned Airport Vortex is electrical. It is said to stimulate the consciousness and alleviates depression.
Bell Rock is the most interesting vortex. It is electrical ...
... the other petroglyphs and their stories.....they're all very quick to say no one knows....and your interpretation is just as valid as anyone elses.
Laurie is intently listening to the discussion and lecture the docent is giving. I am quite happy to sit on the stump and study. I sit there for probably 30 minutes studying them.....and notice that as the light changes, others appear...and the ones you just saw...disappear. It has to ...
... a nearby reservation were selling handcrafts and souvenirs.
The trip ended in Flagstaff with snow capped Humphreys Peak in the distance before we reversed our direction and retraced our route back to Phoenix.
The amazing part of the Phoenix - Sedona - Flagstaff trip is the five distinct climate, elevation, geologic and geographic zones you pass through in about 150 miles.