Is something organic if it is shipped across the country? What about the fuel that is used and how that affects our environment, not to mention the freshness of the food and a myriad of other factors. Over the last few years i have been reading everything i can get my hands on to help me answer these and other questions so sit back, relax and explore where my quest has taken me thus far.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Our Arizona Trip - Please enjoy the photos

Sedona, AZ

Jerome, Az - a very cool mountain town which used to be a copper mining town and have the reputation of being the "baddest town in the west" it's now a sweet artist colony.  This um....building is actually a glass blower's studio - those views could inspire me any day.

Sunset (obviously)

We went to a wine tasting in Jerome.  The 4 horsemen was a nice blended red that we ended up purchasing to enjoy with dinner later that evening.  The label was designed for the owner by a tattoo artist.


I took myself on a scenic drive one fine day.

....and apparently I found god????

This is sunset about 30 seconds from our condo - the views and weather were just great.

We went to bell rock and took a little walk.  There are vortex's there which are supposed to have healing powers.  We read that juniper trees will become twisted and gnarly the closer they are to the vortex, there were definitely juniper trees there and some were definitely twisted, it was pretty cool. 

Cathedral Rock Church

The inside of the church.

Pretty cool huh?  

Views from the church.

Our big fishing day at the trout farm.  We caught 3 fishes (I caught the two big ones;) and they were cleaned and cooked up for dinner.

Ok- this beer was awesome!  It was a flavorful beer but not sweet like some fruit beers can be and it was also very light.  We got it in a sampler pack and this one came out the winner.

This was my trip down memory lane beer.  I had this beer once on a trip to Montana and thought it was just the bees knees (of course i was still drinking coor's light back then)  I was correct about one thing, the beer was and is very good.  It is a dark beer but not a heavy one and it does not have a real strong bite, almost a bitter chocolate finish.  It was a nice blast from the past.  The beer is called Moose Drool and it is made in Misoula, Montana.

Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home.  Taliesen West in Scottdale, AZ (for more info, read post below this one).

It had just rained so the sky was alive with colors.

Sunset in Scottdale, AZ.

Cool Cacti.

Good Morning NYC - us being driven home after our red eye flight, this is sunrise on the Williamsburg Bridge.

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