Connor Hotel of Jerome
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... br> At Milepost 24 at the end of a bluff is Turtle Rock. He has a head, shell and even a little turtle sail. Those who traveled through the Canyon as early as 1929 remember this rock formation as having the name.
After we left the Verde Canyon we stopped at the Sedona Airport for a wonderful view of the rocks. I almost stepped on the tarantula.
This is a favorite spot for viewing the sunset.
Headed south from Williams - 'the gateway to the Grand Canyon' - on what is the Perkinsville Rd. The route drops from the cool ponderosa pine clad hills of the Coconino Plateau, part of the Kaibab NF into the Verde River valley where the ponderosa pines gives way to juniper and pinyon pine. The road from here to Jerome follows the old alignment of the United Verde & Pacific Railroad which ran between Jerome and the Chino Valley. ...
to the elegant.
The Shack is an old mining shack Mary bought and converted into a home for herself, her partner, Sally, four dogs, and three cats. Jerome is a former copper mining town that became a ghost town after the mine gave out. In the sixties, ...
... but I don't tend to "drink" it. As a store sample, I was doing just that, and I couldn't stop drinking it. Yummm.
Wandered up the hill to The Grand Hotel, and the name of their restaurant is The Asylum. Another connection through my Creating Money Circle.
All the shops and hotels were decorated for Halloween and some of the places are actually haunted with spirits from the past. Unfortunately, I didn't get to meet any of them.
... bought a healing crystal in Sedona.
My classic memories of Vegas are threefold: 1) on my 15th birthday my mom, Thorid, uncle Rolli and cousin Andrea we were on a road trip through the southwest. We stopped in Vegas and with two quarters and a nickel I played the slots in Caesar's Palace and walked out with over $100 in quarters. My face still hurts from that smile. 2) My 21st birthday with good buddies. Enough said. 3) Going there with ...