I wish this car was mine!
On Sunday, my Sweetie and I decided to take an impromptu drive up to Jerome, since we had never been there together (exploring Arizona is one of our favorite things to do, and taking road trips around the state is always a grand time for us) and we were in the mood for adventure. We spent a lazy afternoon walking up and down the streets and window shopping before having a drink at The Spirit Room, followed by a wonderful dinner at the Asylum Restaurant. The Asylum Resaturant is located at the Jerome Grand Hotel, a former hospital that is rumored to be rather haunted (though most of Jerome is believed to live up to its ghost town status.) Our visit was over all too soon, and we are itching to head up there again very soon!
Lipstick Vogue "Buckaroo" Dress
1940s Cream Fabric Belt
Rocket Originals "Georgia" Wedges
1940s Alumesh and Bakelite Purse
1940s Yellow Rose Earrings
We named our pony Buck--he proved to be a faithful steed.
My Sweetie is serious about his work.
We found a little waterfall--wouldn't you like to have this in your backyard?
Wonderful photos! Looks like you had a fun time.ReplyDelete
Dang who just left a Peerless 35mm projector sitting on the side walk??? Work that dowser Pat!ReplyDelete
Fake poney ride ! Ah ah ah ah you are wonderfull ha ha ha !!!ReplyDelete
beautiful, such a happy couple, makes me happy this post!!ReplyDelete
Yeeeehaw!! that is the safest horse around, I'm sure!ReplyDelete
Great photos, your dress is so nice!!ReplyDelete
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue
Oh how fun! You too look swell as always! Love that dress :o)ReplyDelete
that looks like a really neat town!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the swell comments!ReplyDelete
Indeed, that is the safest and cheapest (no feeding required) horse around!
Doug--it's sitting outside the Liberty Theatre, which opened in 1918. The museum was closed when we were there, but it's been restored and I think they still show movies.
Love your outfit! That horsie pic is the cutest thing EVER!ReplyDelete
Dizzy Dame--Jerome is a wonderful piece of Arizona history, and a really fun spot to visit! One of these days we want to stay in one of haunted hotels :-)ReplyDelete
I love your road trip post's! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
you and your sweetie are just adorable. i love your dress and that classic carReplyDelete
Thank you, Naomi--I am glad you enjoyed reading it!ReplyDelete
And thank you, Marie for such a sweet comment :-)
You always look amazing! The car is to die for! One day I will have my dream 1941 pre-war side step truck!ReplyDelete
OH cool I'll have to get up there and see a flick. Also I'm thinking a photo shoot at one of the haunted hotels, or maybe a short "Moving Pinup" video! :-)ReplyDelete