Connor Hotel of Jerome
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Before leaving Phoenix, we drove around a few communities and saw that the homes have the same look, brown stucco and orange tile roofs. There was such a sense of sameness to the residential areas, with everything just looking brown to me. There was no variety in architectural styles and no colorful flowers. The areas were beautiful in their own way, but I prefer living in more colorful surroundings.
We drove to Jerome this morning. Jerome is an historic gold and copper mining ...
... she had to take to the bed. Her 02 level was fine, higher than mine, so it wasn't a PAH affect. She napped & is up now (10:15) doing a coffee break. She usually feels better after she dumps some toxins & supports her liver. Dr. Julie is back on duty today - we like her a lot. She drives down from Page to work her 4 days/week here. For those of you not living in AZ, Page is the town adjacent to beautiful Lake Powell (~3hrs N of ...
First off we left the hotel. Next we had around and hour and a half drive to get Four Corners. When we got there they had a monument thing and I got to stand in four states at the same time! After that we drove by the terrible land that the government gave the Indians. We went to McDonalds to eat and then got checked into the condo after that. The condo is awesome and I just chilled there and then went to ...
... There is an overflow regulator in the "well" that keeps the water level and the 1.5 million gallons of water that comes in daily is flowed out thru a waterway into the Beaver Creek. You can not drink the water in the well as it contains a high amount of arsenic and carbon dioxide so no fish can live in there only amphipods, leeches, water scorpions and a single cell diatom (you can tell that this was from the literature since I am not sure what a diatom ...
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. ...