Suelleweelyn Word a Week Photograph Challenge: Round. Photos I have taken on several trips to Arizona and California.
Indian fry bread taco. For a recipe go to Navajo Fry Bread: http://whatscookingamerica.net/ History/NavajoFryBread.htm
On the Grand Canyon Rim Trail, south side
Alma de Sedona, Arizona. http://www.almadesedona.com/labyrinth.html
Labyrinth on the Annenberg Estate, Rancho Mirage, CA at the corners of Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra Drives.
Really pretty pictures, Janice, thanks for sharing them. Hope you’re enjoying the weekend.
Thanks, Holly. It’s beautiful here this weekend. Spring has finally arrived. My sister brought daffodils from her yard to plan in mine. Gotta do that tomorrow. Have a good week.
These are wonderful selections. The Alma de Sedona, Arizona is very intrigue.
It’s very peaceful to walk in this labyrinth. My niece, Lori Reinhold, designed it based on others she has seen. Then she collected the desert rocks, and she and a friend built it. I have now visited several other labyrinths around the country and am always looking for more.
I didn’t know there are more labyrinths to find around the country. Thank you for sharing, Janice.
There are even more, and I am on the lookout for them. I know there is one close by near the shore, and I intend to see it sometime soon.
I remember Navajo fry bread well. Delicious at first, but after a while……fattening! As a vegetarian visiting Arizona it was sometimes my only option though.
I only tried it once near the Grand Canyon. It was delicious, but so huge I couldn’t finish it. Interesting story that goes with it about the government rations. Thanks for visiting, Anabel.
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