Connor Hotel of Jerome
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... park which is the Painted Desert section. Unfortunately we had this huge dark cloud overhead and the vibrant colors were muted. It was still pretty to look at. We then followed the 28 mile road through the rest of the park. Soon the grey clouds moved away and by the time we were able to view the Agate Bridge, Jade Forest, and Rainbow Forest, the sun came out and made for a very enjoyable day. Temperatures were just right ... hovering around 70 degrees but the wind was whipping ...
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.
... had ever let stroke (usually would take months) so that was pretty cool :) Then didn't have much else to do for once, so turned to the safe and familiar distractions of alcohol and Guitar Hero - definitely had lost some skills from my Uni years though!
So that was pretty much it for all of the days we spent together. By the end we could all have a laugh about the things that went wrong, picked up a few of each others expressions (and in some cases accents), and had a really ...