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Travel Blogs from Bisbee
... and we provided the wines. Tomorrow Barbie and I will go to chair Zumba and the go food shopping.
We are having a wood carver make us a sign to hang from the RV when we are parked which should be ready Thursday. The replacement blind should be delivered on that day as well.
It is great to have no surprises or mishaps.
I got home on the 30th of July.
My computer started behaving badly and has been in the shop since.
I am glad to be here - I have not been home during monsoon season in a long time. I had forgotten how dramatic the storms are.
When I got home the cable TV was out (my house sitter does not watch TV). The company fixed that but broke the internet in the process. It is all ...
... to say we did it, but in the end are proud to say we are from Texas and love Katy! After all, it is the people around you and the foundation of God and Christ in your life that brings happiness. Be happy and content with what you have - that is the challenge for us all every day! Thank you all for joining us on this adventure! God Bless! Proverbs 22:6 - Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Go West Young ...
Alarm went off at 7:45, had to give the boys a kick to get them up, had a shower and set off just before 9 in our yellow Camaro. Had the roof up as it was soooo hot. Had a good trip up to Tombstone, the local loved us as soon as we got there.
Went and watched a gun fight which was cool then headed to a photographic shop and dressed up in all the gear. When we were ****** last night we said we'd dress up, Anthony as mother, me as Dad and ...
... way. The town of Bisbee is an old west type of tourist attraction.
The next morning we took the first tour of the Queen Mine next to the rv park. The tours are lead by retired miners, so there is a real sense of authenticity. They load you onto a small gauge train and take you deep into the mine. You are wearing slickers, hard hats and miners headlamps and get the feeling that these are necessary as you ...