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It was close to all the sites to see in Tombstone.
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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 …
Tombstone was named after an early prospector who was told he would only find his tombstone there. In fact he found a shallow seam of copper & gold. Today Allen Street still feels like you expect a Western town to despite the regular invites to tongue in cheek Gunfight reenactments. Much of the attraction is built up around the OK Corral Gunfight ...
... amp; atmosphere still in tact. We were recommended to visit here by David Manners & Terri in UK & Donn in Phoenix so thanks to them as it looks like it was worth the trip. We hope to make the tour of the Queen Mine tomorrow & then move on to Tombstone, ...
... population was 1,380.
We had a fun day at Tombstone, rode around town in an old stage coach, had lunch at Big Nose Kate's Saloon and finished the day at the Boothill Graveyard. There was so much more to see and do, but this old grey mare just ain't what she used to be and Mike's dogs were barking at him. So we mosey'd over to the OK parking Corral and told the old grey Hyundai to giddy-up and head back to Apache Flats at Fort Huachuca.
Bye for now, pardners. Stay ...
... and were named after famous characters from the heyday of the town. I wonder up the street looking at the old buildings. The cowboys in their period outfits try to get me into their establishment, mostly to watch shoot out shows. I walk to another street and I am at a mine site. Of course it's a paid entrance but I'm intrigued. So I join the tour and we go into the silver mine. This was the mine that started it all. And it was quite ...