Just because I haven't posted a picture of it for a while, here is a picture of my favorite building in Jerome.
The Powder Box Church, now a private residence, was built from old dynamite crates by the mine workers in 1939. It was called the Mexican Methodist Church until the closing of the mine.
Sometimes there are warning signs in the parks and along the trails that remind us of how close to nature we are.
This is the Peavine Trail that runs along the east side of Watson Lake in Prescott. The mountain lion warning sign was at the junction with the Iron King Trail that connects Prescott and Prescott Valley, part of the rails to trails project.
You can see this adorable life size bronze sculpture in the lodge at the North Rim of The Grand Canyon.
Brighty was made famous by the 1953 children's novel by author Marguerite Henry which was a work of fiction based on a real life burro who lived in the Canyon between about 1892 to 1922.
This was once The Old Mill restaurant serving hamburgers and fries in the days before the fast food places came to town. That tower on the roof was taller and it had a windmill on top.
These days it is occupied by a beauty salon and St. Jude's Possible Shop.