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Travel Blogs from Douglas
On the way to Bisbee, we first stopped at Benson to visit Gammons Gulch.
What a well worth detour off the main route to see a real character, Jay, who owns and has built one of Arizona's unique movie and western sets himself over the last 38 years. He and his wife live in the towns hotel. Jay was raised around the ...
What a fun little town. We spent a whole day just wandering around the town and shopping. My first chance to actually get the shopping bug out of my system. Lots of cute little shops, good restaurants, micro brews. We spent a couple days here and had lots of fun. No pictures ...
Well Hello- Word of the Day!
Pancita (Spanish: pronounced-pan/seat/ah)
I am lucky enough to hear this word nearly everyday. I hear it in two contexts:
The first one being: "Do you like pancita, Aaron?" Pancita is cow stomach, served in a red broth soup. My answer is "no", and it will probably stay that way.
The second way I hear this word is: "Teacher, your pancita is growing!". ...
... another museum which housed the "world's largest rose tree", it was impressive, covering over 8,000 square feet in the back yard, supported by trellises. Being January, there wasn't a rose to be seen....oh, well.
Further to the west we arrived at Patagonia Lake State Park. We picked a site overlooking the lake and its variety of waterfowl. It was a relaxing evening, barbequed chicken, campfire and adult libations.
... we got the feeling they wanted to go home ASAP, so we left and drove to Tombstone, where our hotel is.
We checked in and left the kids in the room (so we didn't have to hear them complaining again about walking) and went into Tombstone's main street (Allen Street) where Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp and co actually walked in the 1880s. This isn't a prop town - it's the real place and they've tried to keep it unchanged in many ways.
After Tracey and ...