day 2 continued...
Because we understood that the morning Jeep tour would be less focused on what Sedona is famous for (Vortexes) and more oriented towards a good ride with some geological information, we set up our own tour for the afternoon with the same tour company to explore a couple of Vortex sites. This turned out to be the best experience of the entire tour for us (Unfortunately, I can't give points for it because we set it up and paid for it independent of the Adventures by Disney tour). I can say kudos to our Adventure Guide, Tiffany, who went out of her way to help us make arrangements. Adventure Guide: +1
Our guide took us to two Vortex sites and shared with us the Native American perspective of them. He described them as places where the Earth is full of vitality and well-being. Then he gave us tips on how to experience them and left us on our own for some time at each location. It was AWESOME!
At the first site, this is the cliff I faced. Do you see the dragon?
Does this close-up help?
On our way to the second location, I found a this Grandmother Tree and fell in love!
The second location is called The Cathedral
It is possible to climb into it (and I plan to), but for this excursion we sat at the base with our feet in the river.
This was my view as I merged with the Vortex.