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Travel Blogs from Bisbee
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!!!!
... on our way.
You quickly find out that apparently no one in Tombstone gets paid an hourly wage. You are reminded constantly by signs, tip buckets, and the people themselves telling you, that they work for tips. We wandered the town and found out that EVERYTHING in town had an admission fee, usually between 10 and 15 dollars per person. If you wanted to see the OK corral, ten bucks each. The Bird Cage Theater, 12 bucks ...
... a good evening. It's been a long, very enjoyable day.
Tomorrow holds new adventures. Goodnight everyone.
Quote of the day- "Travel only with thy equals or thy betters; if there are none, travel alone."- The Dhammapada (Note- Today, I did not travel alone. I traveled with my wife and two others.)
Song of the day- Wonder why we ever go home- Jimmy Buffet
... the 18 hole course was right behind the arena. This time the actors had switched parts, but they still all played their roles with enthusiasm.
By this time we had decided that we weren’t going to get to do everything we wanted to do in Tombstone today, so we opted to stay another night. So next on our must-do list was a tour of the Good Enough Mine (a silver mine). Tombstone and the area around it is absolutely riddled with underground mines, and as two of our ...
... 25 years) and gave us a full run down on the mine and answered all questions.
To get into the mine we all donned jackets and miner's helmets/lights which was cool in itself. Then we all boarded a small train and entered the mine, stopping three times and getting off and walking to different areas, where our guide would give us the speil. The train went in level (never raising or falling) but we ended up 1500 feet under the mountain. Very cool ...