Monday, October 1, 2018

Turning the Page by Pamela Tracy

 This past weekend, my family went to a place every author should visit.  Yup, Page, Arizona.



This is the entrance to Antelope Canyon.
It's on the Navajo rez.

Once inside, we were captivated.


Every turn brought something beautiful created by the Lord God.

What an amazing world he gave us.

We could have stood there, admiring its beauty, for hours.

All this was made over time by flash floods.

Sand falling

Unfortunately, there was an exit.



We're back home.  The wonders of upper Antelope Canyon are now memories in the scrapbook of time.  
We're going back.  There's other places to explore in lower Antelope Canyon (apparently the next adventure will 
involve ladder climbing).

Where did you have your last adventure?  And, did it have a "book" connection like Page, Arizona?



20 comments:

  1. Pamela, what amazing photos. Sounds like a wonderful place to visit and get inspiration. My husband and I visited Pagosa Springs, Co in July. It did have a connection to my writing in that it was while I was in Pagosa Springs in 2012 that I participated in a Love Inspired Suspense contest in which I later sold my first book. Thanks so much for sharing those wonderful photos with us.

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    1. A nice connection, Mary Alford!

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    2. LOL, and I finished a novella for Barbour while on my honeymoon LOL. You just made me remember that.

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    1. Sherri, when you come to visit me, I'll take you there.

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  3. What gorgeous pictures, Pamela. I would love to visit that area. I've never been. Thanks for sharing your journey with us. Blessings!

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    1. Belle, you definitely need to come to Arizona. We have everything!

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  4. What awesome pictures. Putting it on my must see list. Thanks.

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    1. Good, Patricia. I've tons of places on my must see list. I've already checked off a handful.

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  5. Wow, these pictures are incredible!! So beautiful--thanks for sharing!

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  6. Breathtaking! I just returned from a trip to Ireland. Beautiful scenery and delightful people! Not sure if I'll set a story in the Emerald Isle, but I did learn that Waterford has an Amish community.

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    1. Ireland and Scotland are both on my bucket list. I didn't know that about Waterford. Cool beans. Is that where the crystal is from?

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    2. Yes, Waterford crystal is made in Waterford, Ireland.

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  7. It really was, Christa. I wish I were still there.

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  8. What an amazing place! I love the way the Lord sculpts our world. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Forgot to add I recently went to Scotland and Ireland. I saw many castles and interesting landscapes.

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    1. I was amazing at the number of castles in Ireland! We stayed in one on our last night.

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  10. Sniff, next time take me to Scotland and Ireland with you. Kay?

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