Arizona Stories

From January 4th to June 12th, 2013, I lived in Arizona. I first lived in the desert outside of Sedona, then was hired to work at Grand Canyon, fell in love, quit at Grand Canyon, moved in with Chris, build a Flagstone patio, started writing a book, and then continued roaming. These were all stories written in that time frame.

May 13th, 2013: Crazy Free – An interview with Melissa Wyld
Link to the book’s website.

May 1st, 2013: Sasquatch encounter
Written right after the PCT hiking season kickoff, about a solved mystery from my trail days.

April 9th, 2013: The next adventure
The Bobcat decides to write a book – the birth of Crazy Free

Mar 30th, 2013: The Universe is a playful puppy.
The story of how I quit the guiding job at Grand Canyon, and what came out of that, including a relationship, a place to live and a patio.

Mar 6: What happened that one night by the Little Colorado.
A Hopi ghost story about the night I spent next to the Sipapu.

Feb 23: I love Quantum Physics in the morning
I woke up with a itch to scratch about the lack of consideration of timelessness in the world of quantum physics.

Feb 14: 10 events that occurred since a hot air balloon landed on me in the desert and offered me a job.
A quick update, including getting a job and meeting interesting people.

Feb 11: PCT Photos
Link to the first batch of PCT photos, from Campo to Paradise Valley.

Jan 24: Ridiculous job-hunting
This is the story of how a hot air balloon landed on me in the middle of the desert and offered me a job. The second part describes a series of serendipitous events that led to my applying for a job as a guide in the Grand Canyon with the Pink Jeep Tours company.

Jan 11: 1-11 – watch your thoughts
An exploration of how our thoughts create our reality, including a digression into how remnant energy from previous wishes might create situations that no longer match who we are, illustrated with the story of my encounter with Henry the Indian yogi whose dream of a yoga studio almost came true.

Jan 9: South!
This story is mostly a love note to the Flagstaff/Sedona area, seen through the thick honeymoon love-goggles I donned when I first arrived here (and which I am still wearing). It also includes the story of my first encounter with vortex energy.


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