Flying saucers, people living in a giant golf ball, praying to the God of Golf, and giant animal statues. Also? Beware of donkeys. — 10 Comments

  1. They have the same donkey trouble in Maryland. I don’t know how many times I’ve had to yell, “Get yer ass off the road!”

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    • No, I’m in the California desert. Been here about two weeks. Very limited internet and cellular (thanks for nothing, Verizon). Sedona was the closest I got. I’m sorry we didn’t get a chance to meet up!

    • Now, *that* makes sense. Although, I’m still hoping to see a UFO/top-secret military something fly overhead.

      Does that make me crazy? Well, I guess that’s not exactly a secret.

  3. Oh man…you god of golf just turned my boyfriend to religion! I wish you could have found that abduction hot-line…I can just imagine that conversation!

    • Your boyfriend would like Arizona. There are supposedly alien abduction meetings – support groups of fellow abductees. I kind of wanted to go to one just to hear the stories.

  4. Many claim that the Bible is “the best UFO book ever written” and that the prophet Ezekiel saw a wheel-shaped flying saucer. Some even suggest that the “sons of God” in Genesis 6 depicts advanced extraterrestrials visiting the earth and mating with humans.

    Many Claim that the Bible is “the best Dinosaur book ever written” and that Job speaks of a creature which swings it tail like a cedar and the Book of Deuteronomy speaks of a land of Giants.