Mile High Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... down a little bit, it was even harder because of the cold spray and breeze of the waterfall.
The chains became very slippery, and it was harder to grip with cold, wet hands. We eventually climbed down the last ladder, and marveled at the size and height of Mooney Falls. We rinsed our muddy and cold hands in the seemingly warm water, and continued our hike towards Beaver Falls.
Dan led us to a small ...
... 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 ...
... which is what we did today. Yeah, we'd like to stop at one of the regional grocery stores, or Trader Joes, but they just don't have the room we need.
There's a world market type store in the same shopping center, so we take a look. It's a western chain and they have furnishings, home decor, and oddly enough, food. The foodstuffs they have consist of imported and fancy foods......not fresh stuff. We got a couple of bottles of ...
... br> I still get the buzz when I hear the roar of a Harley. And of course it makes it 10 times better when there is a bad ass, hunky man or woman driving it. Ah, the old days....
There is something comforting being in and among a group of older hippies, continuing to do their thing in preserving the old way.
It's OK to be in my room reading rather than in the bar drinking - I know I did not miss anything at all.
It is good to spend time with me.
... they even made them change their sign color to fit in better.
We moved on up to Sedona next..just a few miles up the road, and had lunch there at a nice place with great views from the patio. My fried oyster po-boy was great.
After lunch, we looked for tourist info, found it, but it turned out to be sponsored by a time share north of town. We did get some good information from the lady, but when she tried to sign us up for a visit to the ...