Ash Canyon Bed & Breakfast
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... was one picture on the wall that was a bit scary. For dinner we drove into Tombstone centre and had Mexican food. We had a quick look around town but it was getting dark and the street lighting is old school so we drove back to the ranch before it got too dark. There was a really loud cricket noise through the night, but not enough to keep us awake. We have gained 2 hours in 2 days but our bodies haven't adjusted yet so we called it a night relatively ...
Up bright and early but moved at a snail's pace, still a bit tired. Decent breakfast at the hotel though. It was 9am when we left and already it was baking hot outside!
We went to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix first. We had intended to just spend an hour here max but ended up staying for 3! We really liked all the different plants and there were loads ...
... this morning. Left just before noon for a short drive to Tombstone, the most famous of Arizona mining camps with its colorful history. Discovered by Ed Schieffelin in 1878, the mine went on to produce millions. Tombstone had over 15,000 residents at one time. Fires nearly caused the death of Tombstone twice but the town was resilient. ...
... may see each other again down the road.
On our last day the motor coach picked us up at the Wells Fargo RV Park for a day in Bisbee. When we arrived in Bisbee we had a short tour of the area. Bisbee is 90 miles SE of Tucson in the Mule Mountains, It is the county seat of Cochise County and was founded in 1880 and named after Judge DeWitt Bisbee, financial backer of the Copper Queen Mine. It was ...
... as refrigeration was brought to the town, providing refined recreation for the many easterners streaming into Tombstone. Immigrants from Europe came to work the mines and Chinese laborers filled the service needs demanded by the many miners and newly rich. They worked the laundries and in the hotels, as well as quickly learning construction trades to keep up with the demand for new buildings.
Rowdy Cowboys and Outlaws.
While mining ...