Connor Hotel of Jerome
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We went to Jerome for the day - a former copper mining town built into the side of a mountain. The mines shut down in the 50's and now its an artists community.
Every building is on a bit of a slant as we walked up and down (felt like mostly up) the hillside looking in all the galleries, tourist shops and wine tasting rooms. I still have no idea where the vineyards are but there sure is a lot of wine around.
There are some cute galleries and lots ...
... be as unwelcome as the racoons. Alex and I felt that the ring-tailed cat might have visited our tent the 2nd night, as we heard the scratch by our tent when we had trouble falling asleep.
Mooney Fall is our 1st waterfall of the day. 200 footer, a super Wow-er. Climbing down could be daunting, thou very do-able. The ladders/chains could be quite muddy and wet, from the mist of the waterfall. Dan explained to us about Travetine, the ...
... Red Rock State Park and it was pretty much on our way, so we planned to stop there, have a picnic, and plan out our stay. Well, when we got to the gate, we found out they didn't allow pets in the park at all, so we made a precarious turn around with the camper (it didn't look like we could possibly fit) and drove on.
I made the mistake of thinking that the Arizona Tourist Center we found would have room for RVs to park. We ended up turning onto ...
... I tried to find dog-friendly accommodations in Jerome, but wasn't having any luck. It was too late to try calling anyone, so we decided to head out for Jerome the next day and figure out a place to stay on the road. Cassie had given Laura a jet pack before the trip, so we have our own mobile hot spot. How cool is that?
Here are the boys in their multi-tiered lounging area that ...
... included some pics of our motorhome and how things work. Some people are familiar, but we have some friends who have no idea how we live and travel...so pardon the things scattered about......and check out the pics.
Song of the day: By the time I get to Phoenix- Glen Campbell (One of my favorites)
Quote of the day: "Wine AND liquor in the grocery store! It's so civilized!"- Laurie