Jerome View Inn

Address: 894 Hampshire Ave., Jerome, Arizona, United States | Inn
 
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Travel Blogs from Jerome

Creek crossing, Mooney & Beaver Falls

A travel blog entry by piming on Dec 22, 2014

119 photos

... Mooney, we crossed the turquoise creek 2 times to reach Beaver Fall, which is about 3 miles each way from Havasu Fall Campground. Creek is fairly tame, no current, easy to get across. Not too cold, very clear creek (even with turquoise bottom), that makes crossing a breeze as long as one willing to cross w bare foot/sandals. The water is slightly above the boys' knees. With pants rolled up, hiking boots tied to the day pack, our family crossed the ...

A couple days in Sedona

A travel blog entry by clendenens on Apr 16, 2014

16 photos

... the campground, we started to wonder if we could make it through the trees and the turns. We stopped looking for an open space and started trying to safely make our way back to the road. We eventually did, but it was well outside the limits of comfortable driving for me and had we not lost our bumper in an earlier incident we would likely have ripped the thing of here.

By that time we were feeling worn down and not really up for any more adventure so ...

Dirt road to the copper bonanza of Jerome

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Apr 13, 2014

8 photos

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. ...

The Shack

A travel blog entry by off2georgia on Mar 27, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

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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, ...

Shopping Day Numero Dos

A travel blog entry by sanditravel on Dec 29, 2013

... shop has a store in Ohio - Earthbound. I think I will shoot myself it it's the store I think it is, at Great Northern Mall, 20 minutes from my house. BUT, I bought my lamp in ARIZONA!

Anyway, the tour was really nice, and the trolley was full of at least one representative from each country in the United Nations. But, back to the important matters....Diane and I spending money.
I was good, I didn't buy too much. My big ...