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Travel Blogs from Tombstone
... then there was a horseback ride...my first one in probably 55 years! Sandy led me around on a rope to start with and then I got really brave and went around in a circle all by myself. Florence also rode, but she was not quite so brave--after all, she had already been on a ride on a 4-wheeler up in the foothills with Sandy. Note: we were riding on Sandy's spiffy Kentucky Hills walking/gaited horse (?), not the much more spirited ...
... 8230;..like when you look at the clouds.
We tried Tombstone again on the 20th. We went
through the historic courthouse, not much has changed from the court rooms of
long ago and those of today accept how we deal with the accused……we saw where
they hanged those found guilty or not. The history that was made in Tombstone
in it’s few short years was disturbing but interesting. Oh and ...
After we left the rv park we took a side trip to a gem stone museium very colourfull old guy gave us all sorts of info on rocks.
After that on to tombstone what a great place most of the store owners dressed up the part of the old west,had lunch in a bar all decked out old western style should come back here with a group of people, stay in a motel what a party place!!!!
... d be fine. We got near I-10 and I could actually see the trucks on the interstate. We got to where we were supposed to turn and found a locked gate. Apparently this road ran through a part of a ranch, and was open for decades. The owner recently put up a gate and locked it. We wound up backtracking 19 miles to the road we came off of. I still got Laurie out by dark, just like I promised her.
Tomorrow is moving day. ...
... of the many violent deaths of the early days, the cemetery became known as Boothill Graveyard. It is possibly a true symbol of this roaring mining town of the early 1880s. Buried here are outlaws with their victims, suicides, and hangings, legal and otherwise, along with the hardy citizens and refined element of Tombstone's first days.
If anyone wants to read the graves of everyone known in the cemetery you can log on to BoothillGraves.com