Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge Rock, Paper, Scissors #Sedonatrips
For a fabulous girl’s week off four of us booked two suites at Diamond Resorts Los Abrigados Resorts in the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village. Pronounced T-lockey-pockey, this 1970s Sedona landmark means “best of everything.”
We took this picture last March when the sun smiled through the sky’s blue eyes. Today the November’s sky’s mood turned mopey. The rocks tried to cheer it up in the morning, but by 2:00 they had lost the battle.
Determined to enjoy the fine rocks in spite of the drizzling rain, Darlene and I ventured back down the hill to scout out different rocks. We ambled into Renee Taylor’s art and jewelry gallery accepted a glass of orange juice and a chocolate cookie and started rock hunting.
The piece of paper attached a specific value to this rock that reached deeper into my pockets than I cared to delve. Therefore I cut it off. However, I did, enjoy learning about these rare larimar stones from Kristen.
The twenty paper dollar bill in my did not go far – even to start a lay-a-way program. So we meandered through the shopping center snapping pictures of Thanksgiving displays decorating the cement fountains.
“Cut it out, Marsha. You missed me smiling.”
“Sorry, Fountain Woman. I would cut the picture out of my post if I had a virtual pair of scissors.”
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