Did you all have a good weekend? It was way too fast for me 😉
Last Friday, I had to head a couple hours north of town to do a consult in Sedona, AZ. Now, north of where I live is always cooler, which is a good thing during the summer.
On my way there, I started to look for the tiny hillside town of Jerome, which is visible from the highway. Known as the “largest ghost town”, Jerome is one of my favorite places to visit.
My family and I did visit there last month and I was pleasantly surprised to find beautiful, perennial gardens, window boxes, a garden made up of glass and junk and so much more….
I would like to share my visit with you if I may….
As I was walking, my husband and kids decided to take a break and play at the little park in the center of town. Now, I only had about 20 minutes until we were to meet, so I hurried to see what else I could discover.
There are lots of old glass bottles, a steer skull hanging inside of a broken door, and so much more odd things that are hard to describe.
That is until they realized how dark it was inside…..