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... so he was actually refused a drink. We walked a little more and stopped in at another bar to give it another try. We sat at the bar and this bartender didn’t think we were under 21 so she didn’t even ask for IDs. We got a couple beers and munched on the free peanuts and pretzels on the counter. After we had enjoyed our drinks we walked back to the van and drove back to the dark and quiet Wal-Mart. After making a great frittata for supper we were ...
... sort it? I hear you say.
Yes indeed, that would have been an option had we even had a phone.
What we did have, in glorious abundance, were switches. Every wall was plastered wih them. Some even had a red light which went on and off when you switched them on.
What they actually did we never discovered, but they were there.
The wigwam also had a shower and the hottest water ever. Scaldingly hot.
There were towels, too; scuffed rather ...
A word of warning for future visitors to PIMA - book your tour of the boneyard the day before you come. When Kenn and I got there, around noon, it was sold out all afternoon :-(
Even though it is fascinating and a great museum - beeping BIG - oh, just like everything else in the USA! You get some 40 acres to walk around anyway, without the coach tour around the boneyard. Let the pics do the talking............
Jan 29 – Feb 3
Catalina State Park
Before we arrive here – on the way south we pass the Arizona State Prison and Arizona Detention Center – even before we read the signs, it was easy to see what we were looking at. And slowly the desert changes.
One thing we discovered so far is that 80 % of all RVs are an A-Class Motorhome… you wonder why –maybe the American way is the ...
... out eventually, down the road an hour & a half to Tombstone and further onward to Bisbee. Tombstone has been preserved as it was in the old western days (OK Corral and all that) and Bisbee has a terrific old Copper Mine to tour. We really liked Tombstone but being American it was somewhat tacky, detracting from it's charms to a degree. Thankfully though, the Bisbee copper mine didn't suffer the same fate.
We lined up for the mine ...