In Sedona we spent three days at the Enchantment Resort. Sort of a gated community in a
box canyon it consists of dozens of free-standing adobe 'casitas' with three or four rooms
each. Like most of the rest of Sedona it claims to be located on an energy vortex.
Sedona seems to be filled with a considerable number of crystal-toting new agers in search
of these vortices. It's also filled with a considerable number of people who want to take
pictures of red-hued rocks. Well, it was a business trip so we can't complain the rooms
were quite nice and the view looked about like this.
There was also quite a lot of wildlife in the vicinty. We saw mule deer, a pack of
javalinas and several tarantulas roaming the complex, as well as at least one scorpion
roaming the wall above our bed. Melanie climbed the canyon walls one day and took this
picture. The green space in the foreground is part of the golf course. The green space
behind that is the 'internationally rated croquet lawn'. We toyed with it a bit but we
didn't really know the rules and the energy vortices nearby seemed to inexplicably draw
our shots off target. Despite all that we'd recommend it as a nice place to stay as long
as you can get someone else to pay for it.