The Best Cottonwood Breakfast Ever!

Today, Mama & I enjoy the best homemade chicken-fried-steak, gravy, red country potatoes, basted eggs, and English muffin ever!

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The folks at Our Place Café even bring me my own side of bacon all cut up just the right size for me. Then a cute, young girl, named Emma, entertains us while we eat; she’s the granddaughter of the café owners. You can see how cute she is from the photo. Emma thinks I should go to PetSmart and get a zebra costume and booties. Thank you Emma and Grandparents for the Best Cottonwood Breakfast Ever!

After breakfast, Mama & I drive to the Cordes Station to pick up an antique tin with a red-headed, Coca-Cola lady on it. Then we drive to Prescott, over the 89A pass to Jerome. Check out this cool, old, mining town built on the cliff-side just 10 miles Southwest of Cottonwood.

 In Jerome, Mama & I visit the rock lady, Peggy Hicks, whot wrote the best 1920s town story yet; it's called The Ghost of the Cuban Queen Bordello. "After experiencing a rather unsettling ghostly encounter at a crumbling 1920/s bordello in Jerome, Arizona, the author sets out on a quest and uncovers some deplorable secrests regarding the attractive, but devious madam that once resided there (from the cover of The Ghost of the Cuban Queen Bordello)."

Mama & Me are on our way home to see Daddy! We’re going to see and share lots of things with you on our way home. See you all real soon! Thank you for following, liking & sharing DarlaChronicles.com!

Have a wonder-filled day!

Love,

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