Exploring Watson Lake in the Granite Dells
As you know we’ve finally moved out of California and are now in Arizona since Thursday and will be here through the 24th of the month before moving on to Utah.
For now, I’m really enjoying the change of energy and our first stop has been a wonderful way to kick things off here, not to mention a surprising gift.
We just took out the map and chose a spot based on length of drive from where we were and natural landscapes that looked interesting to explore.
The RV park we landed out turned out to be really cool situated in Prescott Granite Dells right by two lakes – Watson Lake and Willow Lake, which are both man-mad reservoirs situated in 1.4 billion years old exposed bedrock and large boulders of granite known as Granite Dells.
Even the RV park here (Point of Rocks Campground) is so cool with the same beautiful rock formations all around and that you drive through passageways of to get to your site.
Here are the front and back yard views we have….we can basically climb on rocks right from our Magick Bus.
There’s a little passage through the trees up the rock behind us….and of course wouldn’t you know right across from our door step when we arrived, I found this heart rock welcoming us.
Yesterday we set off to explore Watson lake, which we are able to hike too, also, directly from the RV park – very cool and convenient!
The trail that leads there is just two minutes from our site and within about five minutes you get your first view of the stunning lake landscape.
So, yeah, basically our home is surrounded by these ancient rocks and indeed I’ve been dreaming a lot.
Rather than share too much I’ll briefly say this and a short story of an experience I had, then let you take in the energy through the photos of yesterday’s stunning hike.
We came across a lot of animals on the hike include many lizards, a beautiful peachy tan rabbit that was only feet away just peering in our eyes for two minutes (I of course was so mesmerized I decided on a photo, as he decided to show me his cute butt and tail), a variety of water birds, and amazing natural rock sculptures that included more hearts, guardians, pyramids, a nestled swan-like sculpture, an alligator/dinosaur, and even an E.T. rock. There was also an area below the dam that we hiked to that had a lot of mystical and Faery magick amidst the trickling water under the trees from the dam run off.
But it was lizard that I wanted to share a brief experience about. As mentioned, lizard energy was strong and there was one point where we veered off the trail and were doing some free climbing and decided to go up to see the lake view from a different perspective.
I got to a point where I felt like it was best to stay where I was, as I honor when I start to feel uncomfortable without pushing myself. So I told Dave to finish the last leg on his own and bring back photos. I stayed with the rocks, but wasn’t alone for long.
The next thing I know, the minute he leaves, this lizard comes out from the rocks and sits directly in front and above my head peering down at me. He stays with me the whole time and doesn’t move, as I talk to him telepathically and close my eyes to receive anything he wants to impart. I then open my eyes and he slowly lifts his tail, curving it from the base of his body to a third way down his tail. I wonder what he is doing.
Then I giggle when I next find out. He poops!
After doing so he lowers his tail again and sits with me.
I had never seen this before and immediately got that he was telling me to release anything and everything old and unnecessary to carry with me anymore to the rocks and the Earth. To let it all go with ease and then to receive Earth’s nourishment and recharge, as she transmutes the energy for me.
And so I did…standing with my feet solid and my hands touching the rocks at my sides, as I was in a little crevice platform.
I had worked with lizard energy before and did a post on it that shares just what took place between us yesterday in my blog: Lizard Medicine ~ Trust, Detach, Let Go & Move Into Immediate Change With Confidence
What a gift to understand how we can receive messages instantly for our evolution if we are present and open.
I then realized that where I stopped and right directly below the lizard was an etched heart in the rocks. Wow.
Thank you lizard and beautiful Terra Mother.
Here are the photos of our day.
Posted on March 5, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged Arizona, beautiful hikes, Granite Dells, lizard medicine, lizard symbolism, Point of Rocks Campground, Prescott Granite Dells, RV adventures, rv living, Watson Lake. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.