Sedona Vacation - Reality is better than fiction.
1/Tried to book UFO tour as prep for an interview on Wendy's Coffeehouse. Fail. The only date available was the night of the day we were leaving.
2/Tried to schedule visit with a Channel who recently relocated to Sedona to open a new book store. Again, the timing was off. Fortunately, they were extracurricular options and not deal breakers.
My real goal was a reconnect at Boynton Canyon. This is the 20 year anniversary of my connection with the Nightlight Energy and that was the incentive. (All part of that intuitive thing.)
Deadline: Intuition said the trip needed to be concluded by July 1. So there were other factors. We stayed across the lot from the casita I lived in for a few brief months.
On the day we left for the trip an owl was outside the house, perched in the tree above the driveway.
Checking into our condo - a happy synchronicity - an Owl motif. From the doormat, 'Who's there?', to wall hangings, cookie jar, salt and pepper shakers and figurines, including a small, white owl figurine hanging above the kitchen window.
The nightlight (from home)? Plugged in and interactive from the moment we checked in.
|Lizard cameo, Boynton Canyon Trail.|
Groggy and wondering how the dog got out. Thinking that dog must be causing other dogs to bark as the noise continued and finally registered.
It was actually a very loud (and close by) pack of coyotes. I opened the door to see them, heard a final yip and then complete silence. Gone...
On the hike at Bonyton Canyon, I stood under a tree for a pic and then realized there was a lizard on the rock beside me. I have had some incredible moments with animals on previous stays in Sedona, including a lizard at the Airport Vortex. This lizard graciously obliged us with a photo op. Unlike me, the lizard is perfectly color synced to the environment.
Reviewing pictures from the trip, I noticed some anomalies in a picture from the Dry Creek Road Trail parking lot. I took that picture to capture the view of the clouds and the beautiful red rocks to remember my meditation in the space. Only when I reviewed the images did I notice the five orbs/dots.
I googled for similar scenes and discovered a few videos related to the paranormal/UFO activities at the Bradshaw Ranch in Sedona. This video highlights cloud anomalies. Orbs. Look close and the dots appear and disappear.
This video/YouTube/UFO Turkey is an example of moving orbs. My image was a single photo. I have no idea if the orbs were stationary or mobile.
Given the very brief appearance on the featured film, Wilbur Allen says the orbs/dots would not have registered to the naked eye. I don't believe the dots in my image were visible either.
Wilber Allen: UFOdc
YouTube Bradshaw Ranch Paranormal
'Galactic Park' aka Bradshaw Ranch
Bradshaw Ranch and Skinwalker Ranch have much in common. Unexplained.
[Listened to KAZM - spent a few months as a News Reporter there in 1998. Time flies.]
I have not yet reviewed my 360 cam images. But the owl is back and she let me take a better picture.
|Owl in the morning. She stayed perched as the rabbit I spooked scurried to a new hiding spot beside the tree …|
directly underneath her.
It's going to be a busy summer.
Looking forward to my next interview: Avrel Seale, Monster Hike: A 100-Mile Inquiry Into the Sasquatch Mystery. Avrel's Blog. Interview link: Wendy's Coffeehouse Archives.
Amazon Review: By an Austin reader on May 30, 2018
You don't have to be a Bigfoot believer to enjoy this, but if you are--or you are open-minded on this subject--this is the book for you! Avrel Seale shares 100 miles of humor, insights on the natural world, and observations on the human condition. I found myself laughing aloud and reading passages to my wife from the safety of our comfy bed. However, his story didn't inspire me to want to go roaming around the Big Thicket in the dark. I don't know if Sasquatch exists, but Avrel Seale's sense of humor is alive and well!
Thank you for listening!