Jerome View Inn
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Sunday morning...up early so we could get a "coffee break" in before breakfast. Had our oatmeal & then Nancy took to the bed. She's not feeling well today. The Dr. came to our room this morning for his consultations - didn't change either of our wellness plans today. So I'm juicing away again & Nanny is hoping to get more energy. Time for our pre-lunch "coffee breaks". Lunch was pretty good; had some ...
... art along with some colorful locals.
We ate brunch at the mile high grill and bought a few trinkets.
On the way out, we passed a building dedicated to open artist studios which means they will continue to attract people to the area.
It is supposedly a ghost town but I saw no indication it was, except a sign at a hotel.
It was a fun day!
I'm headed to Zion in a few days. Have a great memorial weekend everyone!
... park which is the Painted Desert section. Unfortunately we had this huge dark cloud overhead and the vibrant colors were muted. It was still pretty to look at. We then followed the 28 mile road through the rest of the park. Soon the grey clouds moved away and by the time we were able to view the Agate Bridge, Jade Forest, and Rainbow Forest, the sun came out and made for a very enjoyable day. Temperatures were just right ... hovering around 70 degrees but the wind was whipping ...
... take a few people up at a time and since we got there late we couldn't go for a tour.
It was time to head home since most of our time was battling traffic in Sedona.
SATURDAY 4/26- Today the motorhome is rocking and rolling with the rain storms coming thru so it is going to be a resting and wash day. We are suppose to head to Flagstaff tomorrow and today it is snowing there so we are glad we had not planned on going today. Once the rain stopped ...
... for them in the back seat:
I ended up calling my friend, Mary Wills, who lives in Jerome and owns Nellie Bly, a wonderful shop on Main Street that sells kaleidoscopes, art glass and other fascinating things that I like to call objets d'fun.
The minute I told Mary we were coming to Jerome, she invited us to stay in the upstairs flat in ...