Wednesday, May 06, 2009


Ahhh!!! Sedona! I'm here in Sedona this week with a friend. We got in Monday evening and leave here Friday to head on over to Window Rock and to the Hubble Trading Post on Saturday.

We spent today in a nearby town named Jerome that used to be a copper mining town. If you are ever visiting the Sedona/Phoenix/Flagstaff (Arizona) area, do plan a day trip to Jerome and spend your money there. Everyone is friendly, hospitable, not snooty and the prices are much more afforable! I hope to post some of the photos from this trip when I get back home.

In the meantime, in a quest for wildflowers yesterday, this is one of the images I took that appealed to me. I do believe it is an Agave cactus which is in the family of cactus plants that tequila comes from.



rebecca said...

you are in my neck of the "agave"!
till friday?? any chance to meet up??

(remember leighanna in prescott???)


smith kaich jones said...

Oh, Paula. I grew up in Tucson, and have a good friend in Springerville. (If you get near, email me & I will give you her phone #; surely she will buy you a beer!) You are bringing back memories.

:) debi

Judith. Santa Fe said...

I do believe you are absolutely correct about that cactus
being the source of tequila.

So glad you are having fun exploring the Arizona Jerome/Sedona area!

Hey Harriet said...

Gee I'd be kind of tempted to drink those tequila filled plants dry!

Rosebud Collection said...

Makes a darn good sweetner..have to admit. It is true, used in Tequila.


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