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... was founded in 1876. At one time, Jerome was the fourth largest town in the Arizona Territory with a population of over 15,000. After the last mines closed, Jerome became a ghost town and even though people have moved back, Jerome likes to hold onto its ghost town designation. For example, we ate tonight at the "Haunted Hamburger". There is even a Ghost City Bed and Breakfast. We didn't stay there. Instead we stayed at the Physicians House (the home belonging to the doctor who tended ...
... Lucky her! I brought lunch to our deck so Nanny wouldn't have to drag herself into the dining room. Dr. Julie came to our deck & did our morning consult. She gave Nanny a B12 shot, but Nanny went to bed as soon as she finished lunch. I started feeling punky myself this afternoon...intestinal issues. So now Nanny is up & I am reclining. Got in a sauna, but no biking or yoga today. Not sure I can tolerate another coffee break & Nanny ...
To start the day we woke up at Alamosa and left to go to the Mesa Verde. Next, we went to the cliff dwellings of the Pueblo Indians, it was made in 1100 A.D! We took a tour of the palace they made and how they made them. Also, we kind of were allowed in some of the stuff. ...
... We left this and drove up the road to Cottonwood, stopped at the city park and had a snack with the Cottonwood Trees' Fluff flying around us. Now to the Historic district for some antique and retail therapy.
FRIDAY 4/25-Today was our Sedona red rock day and to get there we took a different road and was pleasantly surprised. We went thru Page Springs which takes you down into a small valley that has found a perfect place to grow grapes as there were ...
... br> Located high on top of Cleopatra Hill (5,200 feet) between Prescott and Flagstaff is the historic copper mining town of Jerome, Arizona. Once known as the wickedest town in the west, Jerome was a copper mining camp, growing from a settlement of tents to a roaring mining community.
Anglos staked the first claims in the area in 1876, and United Verde mining operations began in 1883, followed by the Little Daisy claim.