NAVAJO MEDICINE BUNDLE / Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches / ©John Farnsworth wpeedoiepeiiwuweuieppp
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Ahhh, that going to Sedona to sleep was a great idea. Warm as toast, I slept like I knew how. I needed that!
I had delivered a large leather chair to my daughter last evening, and that freed up a lot of space in Betsy. It also left Betsy in a definite state of disarray. So after a brief look around Sedona and a drive up through Oak Creek Canyon, (too many tourists and too many signs, warnings and restrictions) I soon found that all my favorite little dirt roads, where I’d hoped to find a little peace and quiet and solitude, had been fenced off by big brother. I did find a semi-private spot in the picnic grounds at Fort Tuthill, site of the Coconino County Fair.
i worked on cleaning and reorganizing Betsy until time to make my daily painting. Wow, do I ever have a lot of space now. I may even be able to find things when I need them. Life is good.
With my painting done, I gave my Godson, Ryan a call and dropped by for a visit. Lo and behold, his dad, Mac Heck, my old high school pal and the best friend a man could ever have was visiting. Mac is a fulltiming campground host at Roosevelt Lake, north of Phoenix, half of the year, and at Big Bear Lake, in California, the other half, and really in his element. What a treat to get to visit both of these great guys at the same time!
THE PEAKS / iPhone 4s / JotNot / iPhoto
For some unknown reason, the photo doesn’t want to load. So I’m heading back to Sedona for a warm camp.I’ll try again later with the photo.
Ahhh, there it is. A snap of a beautiful lenticular cloud above the San Francisco Peaks. This was the view from Betsy as we approached Flagstaff on the way from Sedona.
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Am really happy to see how you are paying tribute to Navajo Tribes. Our government gave them a lot of hurt because they wanted their land.