Northern Arizona, Day Six — Sedona, Prescott, Jerome

This morning we took the highly anticipated (because it had been scheduled for yesterday until “the incident”) helicopter tour of the Sedona area. I’ll be posting video later.

Then we were off to Prescott and Prescott Valley. We returned to Sedona via Jerome. You know, I just don’t know what to say about Jerome. In the Black Hills of Yavapai County, Jerome is an old frontier, mining town established in the late 1800′s and still very much has a rugged, rough-hewn feel to it.

“Lunch for the Committed” at the Asylum, a “restaurant on the fringe,” was great fun. A couple own both the restaurant and the hotel. At the front desk inside the hotel is still the old telephone switchboard. The photo is awful since I didn’t have my tripod, but it’s better than not seeing it at all.

Jerome - Post Office

Jerome – Post Office

 

Jerome - Old Building

Jerome – Old Building

 

Jerome - Vintage Car

Jerome – Vintage Car in Front of The Asylum and the Jerome Grand Hotel

 

Jerome - Vintage Switchboard inside the Jerome Grand Hotel

Jerome – Vintage Switchboard inside the Jerome Grand Hotel

 

Jerome - The Jerome Grand Hotel

Jerome – The Jerome Grand Hotel

 

Jerome - The Conner Hotel

Jerome – The Connor Hotel

 

Jerome - Selfie

Jerome – Selfie

 

Jerome - Police

Jerome – Police


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One Response to Northern Arizona, Day Six — Sedona, Prescott, Jerome

  1. Michelle Spivey February 20, 2014 at 12:33 pm #

    Jerome… loved it. We’re going back some day!