Tuesday, September 30, 2008
What the? As we were planning our day trip to Sedona, AZ, we were reading this list of suggested activities. I'm reading things like, "go on a day hike with a trained guide, take a pink jeep tour on one of the many trails, rent an inflatable kayak and float down the Colorado River..." and I'm thinking, "Wow, this place sounds really cool" and then I get to the phrase, "Take a spiritual, healing tour into the Vortex". I was like, "what?! What the? What is that? That sounds weird". Then Grant went on to explain to me how the place is known as like a worm-hole or something into the Universe that holds special spiritual powers that heal people. Interesting. Well, needless to say, we went and miraculously I was healed. Unfortunately, I will never know what I would have been ailed with because now, I won't get it. But really, we had a really great time, even though we didn't make it to the vortex, danget. Not to knock the mystical stuff. I mean, it's interesting and who knows, there might be some truth to it? Still, it was very beautiful. We had a ton of fun and we are for sure going back. It is worth checking out. This is a picture of the mountains or "rocks" that inspired Grant to declare, "It looks like a Filet Mignon". Yeah Grant, it kinda does. This particular shot is of a filet smothered with sauteed mushrooms.