12 Jan 2009 • 1,020 views
The Bigger Picture
On the drive from Phoenix to Sedona, Arizona, back in November, we stopped in Jerome, called "the wickedest town in the West" in 1903
because of its prostitution, gambling and vice. Today it is a fabulous tourist mecca in the Wild, Wild West genre.See the mine from my last post there in the center background? It's called the Little Daisy Mine.
It was built by James Douglas, who also built this white Douglas Mansion in 1916, now a museum.
All of this is actually visible from the city center of Jerome, behind me.Sedona and the Red Rocks, our final destination, is there in the far background.Sometimes in life it helps to see the larger scheme of things!
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