Travel Memories: Feeling the Pressure in the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Our detour through the desert took us to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. ROUGIE’s flat tire light went off and I wept like a baby. I was about 20 miles to the North Rim and the thought of not making it to the end of the line was more than I could bare considering all that I had experienced on the trip and how far I had come. So yeah, boo-hoo-hoo and a return to the country shop to have them check my tires. They reassured me and said that the high altitude can make the sensors go wonky. Sure enough, the tire pressure was good and as soon as I drove off their lot the sensor went off. I saw the view from the North Rim and high-tailed it to Sedona. Now for my return to Long Beach where I will begin closing my apartment and selling everything in preparation for my move at the end of the month. It is decided that I am moving to England to continue my work as a Spiritual Coach, healer, diviner and writer. I am living my life boldly and taking great leaps of faith. My Self is always there supporting and guiding me.
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