Tombstone Bordello Bed and Breakfast
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Zach had a hankering to visit Tombstone, AZ. Unfortunately by the time we got there, most of the attractions were closed. We did grab a beer at Doc Holiday's bar and play some pool. Then we got a hotel in Deming. It was over 100 degrees out- way to hot to ...
it is about 80 miles from Alpine to Marenci and it took me 3 hours. Switch back city. I had to stop the car when I sneezed because I always close my eyes. Signs promised big horn sheep but all I saw were deer and cows. I made it to the end of rt 191 south. My part of Cochise county is very green I am glad to be ...
... two devastating fires almost became a ghost town. Thanks to some far-thinking citizens, Tombstone has been rebuilt and restored to its former glory. The Tombstone Historic District is a National Historic Landmark District. A fun town to visit.
This morning we had a Tram tour of Tombstone and the driver pointed out some of the historic sights. A Wyatt Earp impersonator guide was to meet us after we ...
... our next area to explore will be up around Sedona. More tomorrow!
Quote of the day: (Not that great a quote, but it pretty much sums up what Tombstone is.)
"Like everyone else in Tombstone, I work for tips. There's a tip bucket as you exit the mine."- Girl that led us on the mine tour.
Song of the day: Moneygrabber- Fitz and the Tantrums
... were wooden reproductions. The inscriptions were so funny. Most of them detailed the cause of death, mostly murdered, shot, stabbed or hanged. Some had suicide, pneumonia, drowned or diphtheria.
There were some funny ones:
- Killed by Indians
- Hanged by mistake
- Found in an abandoned mine
- Shot by a Chinaman
- Taken from county jail and lynched by mob
- Cowboy killed in stampede
- Killed playing ...