Beatty's Guest House and Orchard
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It got down into the fifties last night, but we slept well in this RV park since it's extremely quiet and The Pearl is winter ready.
We got an earlier than usual start this morning, Wednesday, for a repeat trip to Cochise Stronghold. It's an area where he, Cochise, hung out during the Indian wars in the 1800s. He was born in 1810 or 1811 or so and he is apparently buried in the area also. The campground host tipped us off to a new ...
... for the tourists. I bought a beautiful pair of beautiful Navajo Indian earrings, with spiny oyster and green turquoise stones. From there we continued to Bisbee. Cute bigger western and historical landmark town. Walked the streets, climbed a lot of stairs, and had lunch a a Vietnamese restaurant. Small and local with good food. Decided to check out Cindi and Jim's in Sierra Vista on our way back and a drive through Ft Huachua where Pete had some IG work in the ...
... meet every morning, rain or shine to shoot the breeze; the laundry mat attached to the appliance repair shop; and weekly bingo at the community/sr. center. (My Mom and I won twice, almost back to back!). Classic Americana/Quirk and we LOVED IT :)
We also got to ride along to release a red tail hawk that had been rescued by the Tucson Wildlife Center where my Mom volunteers. I ...
... s Queen Mine was one of the richest copper mines in history. The mine opened in 1877 and closed in the mid 1970's. The Queen Mine opened again as a tour for visitors in 1976. To take the tour we got outfitted in yellow slicker, helmet and miner's headlamp. We then boarded the mine train and descended 1500 feet into the mine. The tour was conducted by a miner who worked in the mines and told us stories ...
... cameras, water, etc. You take a tram up to the opening of the cave. You are then taken through a system of air-lock doors and pass through a misting machine. Then you enter the beautiful caverns. We all really enjoyed the tour. Since we weren't allowed to take cameras or cell phones into the cave we weren't able to take any photos.