Not all of the patient-painted rocks at La Hacienda are just stones and color, nor or they all on the ground. You never know where you will find them or what new messages they will offer.
In addition to the tiny metal airplane, this rock wedged in the limbs of a Serenity Hill cedar tree also contains the now-faded first line of the poem High Flight: “Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth …”
We hope you will slip away by plane, motorcycle or automobile, and travel here the first weekend in May for Alumni Reunion 2019.
This year’s theme is ‘We have recovered, and have been given the power to help others,” from page 132 of The Big Book™.
Download a copy to share with others who might not be connected by email or the Internet.