|In Jerry and Roxanne Foley's chapel: Art of peace.|
Roy and I had reached half-way point to Sedona and the Sacred Eagle estate in the red rock country where after 49 years we would party down with four other highschool guys matriculated from South St. Paul High School (Minnesota).
|Jerry Foley (w/hint of me in his right lens)|
Now Jer, who we once dubbed "class clown," greeted us looking like the Dali Lama (absolutley nothing like his yearbook foto) and with open arms along with his gracious wife Roxanne.
Jer, Roxanne and teenage daughter Sadie live on an 8-acre compound of two mansions, two guest homes, six garages, a sculpture park and an interdenominational chapel, big enough for a very intimate wedding. There's the obligatory pool but even this melts into the landscape as a glistening reflection of the national park bounding the property.
|Roxanne Foley & Andrea Smith|
But because Jer is an art lover and because he's a multi-millionaire, objects of art became his objective when building this $12 million estate at 425 Sacred Eagle Lane outside Sedona in 1997.
|Jerry and Roxanne Foley's Sacred Eagle estate chapel.|
Perhaps soon we can see some of Sacred Eagle's sculpture garden.
Rock on and practice peace and love; also, check out ArtTraveler's videos: http://bit.ly/h1vruw
Stefan, the ArtTraveler(TM)