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... and plants. As soon as we turn on to this road I see that we don't have too much petrol so check on Tomtom for stations along the route, Oh Oh there aren't any, the nearest is Douglas some 60 miles straight ahead. Peter thinks we'll have enough to get us there but the mountain track will have to be forgotten. It was quite a scary drive as the was nothing around and of course no phone signal either, still by the look of how many Border Patrol cars we've seen I think we'd be ...
... personal experiences. You can see some of the remaining veins of copper, turquoise, silver and other minerals. It was an interesting and fun tour.
After our mine tour it was time for our farewell dinner at Contessa's Cantina in Bisbee. It was a nice evening for our final time together.
This will be my last entry, tomorrow we will be moving to Tucson. Hope you have enjoyed traveling with ...
... Apache threat and secure the border with Mexico. The area is so desolate and barren, as an old army description of the fort states, "It's the only fort in the Continental United States where you can go AWOL for three days and they can still see you leaving"! So, as you can imagine, there is an abundance of wildlife here.
We are spending the month of December here, so there will be ...
We took a 22 mile run out to Tombstone. On the drive out and back we passed through the town of St. David, quite a nice little town with a catchy name.
Tombstone was much as I expected, with numerous shops and saloons. The trolley tour was fun and we attended a "gunfight".
Theresa was feeling a bit run down, so we came back to RV and will take it easy for the rest of the ...
... up. One arm takes thirty years to develop. We knew this would not last, as at 4000 feet, Sierra Vista was too high for these to survive naturally.
We dropped off the car at Sierra Vista and were soon picked up by Joan in her distinctive car with the Aussie flag for a front number plate and a follow me to Tumburumba (a place in NSW) on the back window.
Sierra Vista is in the desert and all water comes from underground wells that ...