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Early shopping run to Safeway supermarket. Probably the nicest supermarket I've ever been in. Totally in shock! Even had a Starbucks so I surprised the crew with breakfast! After driving up and down the extremely narrow roads in this beautiful city, we parked and explored in foot. Old Bisbee was a hit with the crew as we visited every shop that ...
... town has to offer. From the Benson Tax Service that is connected to the Benson Auto Repair, that is connected to apartments that is connected to the Benson Mini-Mart and Gas Station; the lady writing an actual check for her groceries; the small Texaco gas station/mini-market/café that the good ole boys (my Dad and the local fellows, one who even carries his own personal pump bottle of ...
... and risqué shows during its heyday from 1881 to 1889. The entertainment was enjoyed and appreciated by the patrons, but it was the gambling and prostitution that was part and parcel of the Bird Cage Theater's charm.
The Bird Cage operated continuously, twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year, for the next eight years and earned the reputation as one of the wildest places in the country. There are reportedly more than 120 bullet holes through out the building, resulting ...
... the Mexican border.
After a while I realised I didn't have my cardigan! We turned around and went back - I didn't realise we'd already gone 45 minutes. Thankfully it was just on the side of the road near the sarsparilla stand, but the detour added about 1.5 hours to the journey... whoops.
We had dinner at Denny's, a diner, on the way home, then trudged about trying to find laundry detergent so we could finally do our washing at some stage.
... as more and more people flocked to the area in search of fortune. The town flourished, with housing, hotels, stores, a theater, numerous saloons and gambling halls quickly constructed to serve the growing population.
With the people came the need for modern conveniences and Tombstone, despite its isolated location, became a bustling metropolis with running water, telegraph service and major investments from U.S. businessmen. There was even an ice ...
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