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We spent almost the entire day at Tombstone. Loved it. Lots of fun. Managed to get one of the few rainy days they have per year! Stopped at Boothill Cemetery first as it was on the way into town and it wasn't raining just yet. Some interesting headstones. Took the horse and carriage street tour, which gave us a history reminder and we could get our bearings. Then checked out the original Birdcage Theatre. Very cool old original theatre interior. And ...
... is bat poop that is over 15,000 years old
and a fully articulated ground sloth skeleton they say is 86,000 years old.
WOW!!!! We got to see the poop but not the skeleton.
We tried to see Tombstone on Friday (2/15/14), got there and
walked around and saw a few things but decided to leave and come back another
day cause Rusty was feeling too bad to continue. Before we left we did see a
few things. We walked through Boothill Cemetery ...
... in person. I was pretty stoked to check things out...so as soon as the movie was over, Marge led us down the stair tower down into the crew quarters and work area of a genuine nuclear missile silo.
We went to the control room, where procedures and equipment were explained in great detail. If you're unaware, any launch/use of any nuclear device by the United States is only a retaliatory response. U.S. policy is that we ...
... outside stuff has to do with "utilities". You unhook the electrical service which plugs into a panel, unhook the cable tv, and dump the tanks. There are two waste water tanks on a motorhome. Gray water, which is sink water and shower water, and black water...which is the fun stuff. You pull a handle and the black water runs out of a hose and into a sewer hook up. Then you close the black water and pull the gray water. ...
develop it as a tour cave. After gaining the cooperation of the
Kartchner family and working with them for ten years, together they
decided that the best way to achieve the goal of protection through
development as a tour cave was to approach Arizona State Parks. In ...