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... We then went to the Palace for dinner - another recommended stop. It is a beautiful old saloon. Beautiful place and awesome food - probably our fanciest and best for us dinner since we left home but not a fancy place. Delicious!!!! Great suggestions Gretchen. We aren't going to be able to do any hiking, so I guess we will have to come back sometime. We really enjoyed seeing Prescott and wish we had more time but have to keep on keeping on! We are off to Jerome and however far we ...
... to be directly in the back of that section loading up some other items. Instinctively upon seeing him in there, I said, “Hey how’s it going?” and I startled the heck out of the manager. It TOTALLY reminded me of this classic commercial. The manager was around my age, and at the cash register moments later he told me that he normally never expects any human contact when he goes into the back of that ...
... were amazing, it reminded us of driving in Switzerland, as we had to cross through the Kaibad National Forest and the Prescott National Forest which are both very mountainous.
We eventually reached a town called Prescott, still in Arizona. It seems to be a fairly new town, built as a resort area.
We are making our plans day-to-day as we are getting very near to our final destination. No doubt tomorrow over breakfast we will decide where to go.
... s two dogs (all wonderful individuals, just with some potentially clashing personalities), we had holed up at a cheap motel just down the street from Kev's house. The pups were again happy, and we all had a good night's sleep, looking forward to more hiking tomorrow. Pictures from these adventures are forthcoming; we've been working with limited connectivity on only one of our picture-taking devices. Check back later! P.S. Happy Father's Day to our dads, and happy birthday to my brother ...
Well another leisurely day. Sleeping in, late breakfast, and then off for more shopping
and site seeing. Spent more time touring around Cottonwood and then drove up to
Jerome. Located high on
top of Cleopatra Hill (5,200 feet) between Prescott and