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Here is a little History on Tombstone, AZ
In 1877, the city of Tombstone was founded by Ed Schieffelin. At the time, there was a scouting voyage in Tombstone against the Chiricahua Apaches. Ed was part of this mission and was staying at a place called Camp Huachuca. During his stay, he would leave the camp to look for …
... This old theatre was a bit of a local hotspot in the 1880s. The place is as haunted as buggery and Sam insisted we get tickets for the ghost tour of the place.
Next up, we checked out the "Heldorado", gunfighter show. This a funny little show, with lots of pantomime style booos and hisses for the bad guy and cheers for the good guy. The goodies and baddies hammed it up and shot blanks all about the place for a little while. ...
I honestly thought we wouldn't make it at times. Not that we had a choice. It was hot with steep prolonged hills. We were literally chasing the clouds as they flew in the same direction of our travel. We had a headwind for a few big hills which made us hop off and walk our bikes. Brian was riding a single speed, which was brutal on these hills. I took up the rear for the majority of the time. Logan is super strong so he was pacing us. We were all hurting pretty bad by mile 40 ...
We had to stop in the desert city of Sierra Vista to get Tony Tahoe serviced and have an oil leaked looked at. Sadly the oil leak was pretty major and they would need Tony to stay in the shop overnight , we found a dodgy, smelly, noisy but cheap hotel for the night and had delicious pizza for dinner. $1500 later Tony is all fixed and we are back on the road, an expensive exercise but it's the risk you take when you buy an old car put a ton of miles on ...
... the American and New Zealand flag. I was curious but didn't stop, I climbed onto the freeway for a southern loop back to Sierra Vista. As I get on the freeway I'm surprised to see it curves around the rim of a huge open cut mine. So Bisbee is a copper town, but the mine had shut in 1973. I stopped and read that. I jump back on the road and head towards home. I can see the snaking Mexico boarder from the highway, it just stretches out ...