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Up bright and early this morning and headed north from Scottsdale. First stop up in the Black Hills of Yavapai County more than 5000 feet above sea level was the city of Jerome which is basically a ghost town - it was once a booming copper mining town of more than 10,000 people but now only around 400 call it home. Yummy breakfast at the Mile High Cafe before visiting the ghost town.
After winding our way through the scenic Black Hills we arrived in the town ...
... it was just like another world. We managed to get some epic photos between the SLR's and the GoPro cameras. It was interesting to read about the evolution of the Canyon and the theories of how it got to its state, today. We couldn't see much of the Colarado river but it would be cool to come back one day and hike to the bottom of the Canyon. We did a short 2 mile hike down into the canyon which was amazing. It got quite windy down in ...
... They remained until 1400 A.D. Eventually the Anglo-American settler tricked into the wire and in 1902 the town was named. Circling Sedona is the Mongollon Rim whig was formed from ancient deposits of limestone, mudstone and sandstone when the area was the west coast of a still emerging continent! This area has the largest stand of Ponderosa Pine in the world! Who knew?
The colors of the rocks with the deep blue sky were absolutely breathtaking!
... our way back up to the ledges where we thought we might find some ruins, but couldn't spot anything of significance. Great views though, and no regrets about the climb or the search.
Back to town to pick up some fruit and snacks at New Frontiers and then on to our next destination, Schnebley Hill Road. I've driven the road many times before and I was anxious to share it with Esty. The views are awesome. The road, however, was in the worst condition I have ever ...
... some fried-mac-and-cheese balls...a first...and they got a thumbs up.
We were lazy and just enjoyed the condo, and a John Wayne western marathon on the big-screen in the condo for the afternoon...before heading back down to the Beaver Street Brewery for some pizza and humus.
Lots of rain in the forecast for the next few days, so Carolyn and I may get wet as we hope to get up to the canyon tomorrow.