Stampede RV Park and B&B
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... was one picture on the wall that was a bit scary. For dinner we drove into Tombstone centre and had Mexican food. We had a quick look around town but it was getting dark and the street lighting is old school so we drove back to the ranch before it got too dark. There was a really loud cricket noise through the night, but not enough to keep us awake. We have gained 2 hours in 2 days but our bodies haven't adjusted yet so we called it a night relatively ...
... shop that was just opening, I think she had the door open because it was hot, not for dudes like me to rock in. I had a look around and found a ring with Bears on it but she did not have one in my size so I had to settle for one with bear claws on it. Because I could not get the one I wanted she paid the tax, that is a good start to the day. So the shopping frenzy is off!
Just walked up and down the street getting into the vibe of things. Booked my ...
... it was hard to tell fact from fiction. Well, this trip to Tombstone has helped shed some light on the real characters and life in the old west.
So, off we went to visit Tombstone, Arizona, a short jaunt down the road. The town was founded and incorporated in 1879 and soon became one of America's Old West Boom towns, drawing men and women; gunfighters, miners, prostitutes and families alike, to the town shortly after silver was discovered in the Tough Nut Mine. Within ...
We got an early start from Albuquerque, pulling out of the driveway at 0700. Once we had cleared the city it became evident that there wasn't much between Querky and Tombstone, our eventual destination.
We didn't get any photos of the drive, mainly because my co pilot and navigator was either asleep or having minor freakouts as we passed through several very mountainous areas.
We arrived in Tombstone dead on 4:30pm, ...
... 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.