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Jerome and Sedona, Arizona

19 April 2015

sunny

Our last real day in Arizona and it was another action packed day of hiking and eating :) We started off with a fabulous breakfast at the Mile Hile Cafe in Jerome. I had cheesy hash and Curt had eggs benedict with mimosas! Jerome is an adorable, supposedly haunted town on a hile that has cute shops and great views and was definately worth the stop.
View from Jerome

View from Jerome

Mile High Grill

Mile High Grill


Jerome buildings

Jerome buildings


Gallery

Gallery


Next up was hiking to the Arch which was probably the greatest photographic moment of the trip. Other hikers were very polite in waiting on each other so photos could be taken without large crowds in the background.
Devils Bridge Trail

Devils Bridge Trail


holding up the rock

holding up the rock


resting on the rocks

resting on the rocks


The arch

The arch


Standing on the arch

Standing on the arch


So after hiking, naturally we had to eat again so stopped at Famous Pizza for a rest. We didn't eat at McDonalds but they made sure to point out the Green Arches rather than golden that match the architecture in Sedona.
Sedona style McDonalds

Sedona style McDonalds


More hiking to cathedral Rock which in the end is rather like climbing. We didn't make it all the way to the top before we headed back to Sedona for.....more eating!
Chapel in the rocks

Chapel in the rocks


Cathedral Rock Trail

Cathedral Rock Trail


A storm is brewing

A storm is brewing


hmm that looks high

hmm that looks high


I will just take a picture from here

I will just take a picture from here


Should we keep going

Should we keep going


View from Cathedral Rock

View from Cathedral Rock


what a view

what a view


blue sky is back

blue sky is back


wild flowers on the trail

wild flowers on the trail


Tlaquepaque is a shopping and eating area decorated with tons of flowers and home to the Oak Creek Brewery where we ate our last meal. What a fabulous trip, Thanks Chris and Christina!
Tlaquepaque

Tlaquepaque


roses all over

roses all over

more flowers

more flowers

brewery samples

brewery samples

Posted by ErinDriver 07:51 Archived in USA

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