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Travel Blogs from Jerome
... art along with some colorful locals.
We ate brunch at the mile high grill and bought a few trinkets.
On the way out, we passed a building dedicated to open artist studios which means they will continue to attract people to the area.
It is supposedly a ghost town but I saw no indication it was, except a sign at a hotel.
It was a fun day!
I'm headed to Zion in a few days. Have a great memorial weekend everyone!
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... to go on ahead to Flagstaff and stay at the KOA there. The drive from Sedona to Flagstaff on US 89A is one of the best I've ever been on. I think we climbed a few thousand feet in just a few miles, and the views around every corner were amazing. As the driver pulling a giant trailer, I just kept a tight grip on the steering wheel and tried to pay attention to the road. Had we known ahead of time how steep and curvy the road was, we may not have chosen ...
... for them in the back seat:
I ended up calling my friend, Mary Wills, who lives in Jerome and owns Nellie Bly, a wonderful shop on Main Street that sells kaleidoscopes, art glass and other fascinating things that I like to call objets d'fun.
The minute I told Mary we were coming to Jerome, she invited us to stay in the upstairs flat in ...
... the home of his ancestors (well, not so far as we have found out from genealogy so far but perhaps from a past life).
As you enter the monument you can see just where the river and creeks go in the valley as they wind with fall colours-- so lovely.
Into Camp Verde afterwards but unfortunately Fort Verde is not open today. We did see the small rock jail (ca. 1933) and then shopped a little before heading ...