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Daytrip to Jerome, Arizona


This is my first try at posting on the blog from my new tablet!  My sweet husband gave me this tablet as a gift for 30th Birthday.  Yeah, that happened.  As of last week, I’m no longer able to honestly claim that I’m still in my twenties.  😦

So, anyways… about our trip to Jerome:

Ever since Justyn discovered that the lead singer of Tool opened a winery in Arizona, it’s been at the top of his bucket list of things for us to visit.  The name of the winery is Caduceus Cellars and it’s located in the historic “ghost town” of Jerome, Arizona.  It’s an old copper mining town that was once considered home to 10,000 people.  Today it’s more of a small “artsy” community with a population of less than 500.

I was a little worried about taking Coyer out of town this weekend because he had been super sick with a stomach bug for the last few days.  Luckily, he seemed to be feeling a lot better when he woke up on Saturday morning, so we decided to go ahead with our plans and drive up to Jerome.

For the most part, Coyer did really great on our first family road trip.  He slept for almost the entire time we were in the car, 1.5 hours each way, only loosing his cool twice – when he got hungry and when he was overly tired, fighting a much needed nap.

Below are some fun pictures from the day:

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3 comments on “Daytrip to Jerome, Arizona

  1. What a cute town and a good family day. How was the wine and did you get any for at home? Always love your updates. Have a good week.

  2. Looks fun! Is that a toilet in the 4th pic? Looks like a white toilet just out in the open!

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