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On to Jerome which was a mining town founded in the late 1870's and at one point the 4th largest in Arizona until the mine closed in 1953. Jerome is a vertical town since all the houses are on the side of the cliff and is located at over 5200 feet (currently we are at 3200) up a winding road. The town had many fires in the past, last one being 1899, but most of the buildings are from shortly after that time when it was rebuilt. Although at ...
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We drive to Motezuma's Well. Everyone said that it's not as impressive and not that big a deal, but it's free so go take a look. I personally liked it much more than the castle. It is a small lake, set down in what looks like a quarry. In the prehistoric desert, this is prime real estate. There were small cliff dwellings in the cliffs around the lake. It's maybe 300 yards square. You can wander the paths down into ...
... we lived in Maine, nearly 30 years ago, they had it then. It just makes life simpler and easier.
We thread our way out of a very crowded shopping center on a Saturday afternoon and head north......and go a few exits and stop for lunch. I do know my fast food....so we stopped at the undisputed world wide king of fast food burgers..............IN-N- OUT BURGERS!!!!! For those unfamiliar....these were a west coast (with a few in Arizona ...
... at the end, helped persuade him! Beautiful hike, in beautiful country and it was all doable in perfect weather. It was 70 degrees most of the way. There were a fair number of people around but not so many to spoil the walk. Had lunch in the van in the sunshine ( one of the best things about the rig!). Then headed back to hotel for jacuzzi and pool time. We decided to fully enjoy our accommodations and dine in tonight. They have one of the best views in ...
... edge. It took us an hour to walk down to Cedar Creek and even though I felt a bit tested at times it was well worth it.A few of our group were doing the helicopter ride apart from it costing $265 both Fred & I would have spent most of the time with our eyes closed. After collecting the joyriders we went back to camp for an early tea so that we wouldn't miss the sunset tonight.The camp manager greeted us on return to tell us that we had had several ...