Marie'S Engaging Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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. ...
... a mountain that has been carved out by water over bazillions of years. OK, maybe not a bazillion, but a really long time ago. Its amazing what that water did and still does. The rangers call it a living cave that they work very hard to preserve. There are still small drips throughout, making soda straws that can grow into stagalites that can grow into columns. All very randomly. There are ...
... all good fun, except I didn't get to shoot any guns.
Dinner was at "the Longhorn". Naturally I had bacon and eggs.
We went back to the Birdcage and did the ghost tour. Our guide took us all through the building. First into the gambling room and theatre. Balcony type cribs lined the walls. Who knows what kind of mischief blokes like Doc Holliday got up to in there.
Next we went up on the stage and then down ...
... Morgan and Virgil, already a deputized U.S. Marshal. Their friend, dentist turned gambler John "Doc" Holliday also worked against the rowdy cowboys and the ongoing battles between the hired lawmen and western outlaws ended in the west's most legendary shootout, the Gunfight at the OK Corral on October 26, 1881 in downtown Tombstone. This historic gunfight cemented the town's reputation as the center of the Wild, Wild West and has continued to define the ...
... not have been sweeter or more welcoming. After breakfast, we hit Tombstone with guns a blazin! We went to the O.K. Corral and toured the spot of the famous gunfight, saw some old history and artifacts including historical photographs by Camilius Fly who was also an eyewitness to the gunfight. He had a few cool pictures of Geronimo. We visited a few other places and had lunch at the Crystal Palace Saloon. The food there was great! On the way out ...