Connor Hotel of Jerome
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While traveling 15+ hours from Dallas, TX to Scottsdale, AZ for the Scottsdale Arts Festival, I decided to come to Jerome, AZ for a little R and R. I wish the R and R stood for Maynard James Keenan but Im not that clever to try and make a pun. Of course my favorite rock god Maynard has his tasting room in the rolling mountain scenic view of Jerome. The town is absolutely adorable with a ...
... br> The next waterfall that we saw was 'Little Navajo', that was recently created in 2008 because of a flash flood that removed 'Old Navajo'. The last waterfall we saw that day was 'Havasu Falls', that was 100 feet tall. When we arrived at the campground, Dan set up our tents for us and prepped dinner, while we explored the campground. We had chicken fajitas for dinner, and they were very delicious. I went to sleep early, because it was ...
... I said I was about to ask if she could recommend a place where we could stay with the dogs, but she insisted that we stay with them. She won't like me saying it, and will probably deny it if anyone else says it, but she's very sweet.
About six hours later, we arrived in Jerome, after a brief delay when I got lost. I thought I was in Cottonwood, but it was actually Prescott, so I made ...
... cliff, about a half mile one way.
When we get to the cliff, a docent is going over what everything is and what it means. I go the other direction and sit down on a stump and start studying them. There are hundreds of images and all are supposed to tell a story. A fairly recent study has come up with the idea that it is a calendar related to agriculture. They make some pretty convincing arguments and their logic seems pretty solid. ...
... line. My visit was complete!!
What I learned about myself:
It is so much easier to go with the flow, no stress, just know it will be handled and that I am taken care of - continue to trust
Reminder of how much I like being in a spiritual community
I like to hike and I can do it
Living in Sedona could be a great option for a year or two, started thinking about what I am looking for in a living space. Fun to play with the options