{Sedona} eating, red rocks, and aura readings

My airport bed.

It took awhile to get to Sedona, Ariz. (via Denver in February), but it was worth the tribulations. After a delayed flight out of Bozeman, a night spent in the Denver airport and no luggage in Phoenix, I made the final shuttle to Sedona.

My good friend and college roommate, Jen, was waiting for me on the lovely patio of our hotel room. All the rooms at this hotel overlook the red rocks that Sedona is famous for.

We had lunch, walked around town and had our auras photographed and interpreted. Along with red rocks, Sedona is known for it’s spiritual vortexes–areas where spiritual energy gathers. Some people can feel the energy, and their is no shortage of crystal shops and Tarot card readers to take advantage of all that spiritual energy.

The view from the patio.

Lunch at the Heartline Cafe.

Local color.

Of all the vortexes in the world….

Caught in the vortex.

Oak Creek

My aura.

Jen’s aura. So pretty.

Tomorrow we’ll be hiking to some of these beauties.

Jen shares her ice cream with her new friend.

Art.

Flowers! In February!

Cool kaleidoscope pointed at flowers.

Dinner at Choco Tree: vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, but full of taste.

Apple blossom.

Garden eating area at Choco Tree.

Hanging in the garden waiting for my vegan sushi. That’s right.

Now that my luggage (and shoes) is here, we are planning a couple hikes for tomorrow. We can’t wait to get out there and get some red dirt in our shoes.

3 thoughts on “{Sedona} eating, red rocks, and aura readings

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *