Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Caught in the Vortex

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.

2 comments:

The last Unicorn said...

I've been to the vortex and it was cool... I think most people feel mystical in Sedona because they are suffering from heat stroke! That place can get so hot!
And that Mt reminds me of the beef ad where the beef and sauce look like Mts and streams...

Johnny said...

that is a big mignon.