Sedona, Arizona

There are so many places I want to see in this world, but up until last year I've made excuses on why I couldn't go. My main excuse was having no one to travel with, but one weekend I realized if I keep waiting on "someone" I'll be waiting forever. So... I took a small trip to Arizona and it was beautiful to laugh/talk/sing out loud to myself and interact with complete strangers. The first day I hiked Devil's Bridge and attempted to hike Bell Rock. Bell Rock is a complicated trail that requires a guide or someone with hiking knowledge, I didn't have that. Luckily, my Airbnb host invited me to dinner and her friend invited me stating he takes people up all the time, his name is Peter. Peter, a 73 y.o cancer survivor who helped me journey up Bell Rock this morning says he needs to bring 1,111 people up so that he can access a portal in the winter of 2018.. I was number 819 🎯. If you find yourself in Sedona, i highly suggested contacting Peter via Facebook and joining his Bell Rock Club.

"Being solitary is being alone well: being alone luxuriously immersed in doings of your own choice, aware of the fullness of your own presence rather than of the absence of others. Because solitude is an achievement."