Super 8 Prescott Valley
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... Jerome, AZ. This is an old mining town and haunted by old dead
miners that was killed in mining accidents, also you have the Jerome
Grand Hotel, which use to be an old army hospital, so a bunch of
ghost stories there to. But the coolest thing about the town is that
it pretty much stacked on top of each other, a lot of switch backs
going through the town, and the houses seem to be built over hanging
the cliffs (looks like they are ready to fall any ...
... I mean, if they ever need a poster-image for promoting term limits and a mandatory retirement age for politicians – this is the capon!
Our first event was a Hummingbirds workshop which was conducted in a studio on Thursday night by Dr. Ross Hawkins. Dr. Hawkins founded the Hummingbird Society in 1996 and has devoted his life to learning more about hummingbirds. Needless to say, Casey had lots of questions and we thoroughly enjoyed learning so ...
We started out from Santa Rosa around 9:30am.The weather is a lot cooler that I thought it would be. It was around 56 degrees in Santa Rosa this morning. The skies cleared but we ran into some scattered showers from New Mexico state line to around Houck, Arizona.
New Mexico has some of most well kept interstate we've ever seen. They actually landscape the medians and ...
... old and they are huge......because there's plenty of water.
Laurie really liked both sites as there were extensive signs and information about the plants. The natives knew the plants and how to use them medicinally and for food. Laurie says at that time, the indians were better versed in the medical properties of the plants in their environment than the people in Europe. While there were rituals and such that have no basis in ...
... biggest difference is we didn't view the canyon from up top looking across-- we drove down from through some switchbacks to the bottom of the canyon. Such amazing scenery and colours-- neither my words nor photos will do it justice. The reds of the rocks so brilliant and the fall colours and the whites and beiges. Simply incredible. Sedona we walked through, taking photos and poking through shops-- very touristy ...