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... restaurant. I mean are you serious we are in AMERICA meaning we are supposed to eat oily, fried American food not oily, fried Chinese food. 'Dramatic sigh' Anyway after finishing a watered down sprite and attempting to choke down my oil with a side of honey chicken we headed home. So then I went for a run and had a shower (my shampoo exploded all over the shower cos of the plane pressure from before). And then I Eilish over And ...
... 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 ...
... at the monument mentioning coming from Jerome and I asked if he felt the road would be good for an RV, albeit a small motorhome-- he didn't sound too optimistic so I discouraged Denis from attempting it.
We took the 260 over to Camp Verde and had a great lunch in the Verde Café in Camp Verde then came here to see if there was a site. We are across Hwy 17 from Cliff Castle and the park is nicely ...
... 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 ...
... nice with beautiful views of the San Francisco peaks....pictures of that coming tomorrow! Dinner was at Beaver Street Brewery (im going to have to get a tshirt from this place). Food was great. Northern Arizona University is here..in fact the campus is just a few blocks from our condo, so the restaurant was filled with kids and parents...we wondered if it might be move in day. Five more brewerys in town and we will be checking them out on Saturday.