After two months in Apache Junction, AZ, I'm finally moving north and starting my summer adventures. I may even need to post more! The first stop was a great boondocking spot north of Congress, AZ off Stanton Rd.
Phil and I drove back to Wickenburg in the car and I finally got to visit with the poor prisoner tied to the jail tree. I was so busy when we were here for the dance rally in November that never got the chance then. Surprisingly, he hasn't moved a bit!
From there we drove on to a parking place on FR 89B southwest of Sedona. The WINs are having a gathering near here, but are staying in a bigger spot farther away, but close enough for us to visit.
Every morning the balloons go by.
The first thing the WINs did was a tour of town and the vortexes in Sedona. We started off with the artsy shopping area called Tlaquepaque. (No idea how to pronounce that...)
I didn't buy anything, but took lots of pictures.
From there we went on a tour of the local energy vortexes. The first one was Bell Rock. Hmmmmm... I don't feel anything at all.
But when I was here back in 2007, I got a much better photo.
From there we went to the Chapel of the Holy Cross.
From the chapel, you get a nice view of the pricey homes in Sedona, with Cathedral Rock in the background.
Wow - how's that for a backyard!
Another vortex is at the airport, where you get another great view of town and the red rocks surrounding it.
I'm going to be here for a while, so there's lots more to come!