Vortex

Sedona, Arizona is known as a place of vortex by those into New Age where a special energy exists. When I was in high school, many moons ago, Sedona was a sleepy little town with a few New Age shops selling crystals and a few artists. It is now a major stop for tourists and there are special tours taking you to the place where the vortex is strongest. I’m not sure if I believe it but it’s interesting.

I was sort of tempted to get a tour to a vortex but the helicopter would have been better. I didn’t do either.

Outside of Sedona, a bridge crossing Oak Creek Canyon.

There’s Oak Creek down below.

I just liked this sign.

It’s always nice to see pumpkins in October. I always know it is really Autumn when I start seeing them.

2 thoughts to “Vortex”

  1. It’s been twenty years since I saw Sedona, loved the red soil. The price for a helicopter rise seems good, as long as it isn’t sucked into a vortex, but I might have the wrong idea.
    Are they showing blue pumpkins in Arizona? They seem to be the new trend, and seem sort of sophisticated for decorating.

  2. Sedona was nice twenty + years ago but now it’s just another tourist place mucked up with too many people (looking for non-existent vortexes), lots of nostalgic old folks and kitsch shops, which is sad.

Leave a Reply