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... As we amble on to the gate, they quickly rush us on to another flight because of deteriorating conditions. Luckily our friends didn't mind waiting for us.
We finally were able to get the car load 8 pieces of luggage and 6 people and off to Sedona. We arrived and it was surprisingly cool ...
... was the talk of the Territory, a boom town of its time, the darling of promoters and investors. One investor (Phelps-Dodge) offered $30,000 for a mine that was being sold for 300,000 in 1888. He missed out changing his bid a day too late. When the mine came up for sale again many years later, he paid $21million for it
Jerome's mines finally closed in 1953 and today the town hosts artists and photographers and many day ...
... he is not the smoothest dancer on the floor, you know the guy!! Well, he started hanging out close to me under the encouragement of his friends and I quickly caught on to what was happening and made sure I made no eye contact. He took a quick left and found a woman who was dancing all the way to the water fountain - great combination. They were having a lot of fun on the dance floor and I was having a lot of fun watching them!!
I felt like I ...
... and the street performers dressed as Autobots or Ironman trying to get some cash for pictures. The one that summed up Vegas most for me was a guy probably 30 years old with a sign: "20 bucks to kick me in the nuts. No cup, no joke." Jesus.
Our routings were:
Addison (KADS) to Sedona (KSEZ) for 5h10m at 12,000: RH RV KING7.GTH V278 TXO CNX V264 SJN INW
From Sedona to North Las Vegas (KVGT) t was pretty easy: DRK PGS
Driving up the winding road from Cottonwood, I expected to see Jerome as a tiny town with just a local charm and though i was expecting it, i wasn't ready for what came. I drove in going down which was different than the whole drive up coming at a steep slope. I was just planning on driving through but as soon as i saw the brothel with red trimmed exterior from the 1800's that said free tour and a giraffe peeking out, I parked. I walked over to it and noticed the sign that it was only open ...