Sedona & Jerome

The conceptual history of Tlaquepaque is truly a story of this man's love for beauty and perfection. Under the influence of the lively creative arts scene in Mexico, it struck him that Sedona was a natural location for a living arts community…a village where artisans work out in full view and live on-site as well. It worked in Mexico; it could work here. He'd call it Tlaquepaque after the colorful Mexican city on the outskirts of Guadalajara. Tlaquepaque is a word from the Nahuatl Native Indian language - the ancient language of the Aztecs meaning the "best of everything".


Leap Frog

Jamie and Darren in Sedona

Jamie in a cave at Call of the Canyon out side Sedona Az

Over looking the old Jerome High School and Cottonwood Az in the background

The Jerome Fire Dept.

The Holy Family Church

The End !!

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