Comfort Inn Tucson
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... Looking at a map on the wall, we have travelled a long way west since leaving the east coast!
Drove on to Tombstone, site of the "Gunfight at O.K. Corral" in October 1881, featuring Wyatt Earp, his two brothers and Doc Holliday against the baddies. Preserved Wild West town, all the locals in costume but great atmosphere. Looked at a museum of a family ...
... to get somewhere! It did get quite cold in the park at night, getting down to 32 degrees F, so we had a skim of ice on our tabletop and tonneau cover. Such a relaxing time here, lovely warm weather, rode our bikes for miles, did lots of hiking and a few necessities like groceries and laundry, three days wasn't long enough...its on the list for next year! ...
... save me the cab fare. The guy driving told me all about how his boss was a good one and hey were about to be exchanged with a crazy ***** from another store. Ended up with a Hyundai Elantra. Driving I was a little worried about not having a second person to do some of the thinking. Turns out I have been on this side of the world too long because driving on the wrong side felt completely normal. I even had a dream in left hand drive the other night. I only ...
We took in the Tombstone Boothill on our way out of town.
There are several well known characters buried there. Marshal Fred White is there, Billy Claiborne is there, but most famously, Billy Clanton, Frank Mc Laury and his brother Tom are also buried there. "Murdered on the streets of Tombstone" claims their shared Tombstone. For the uninitiated, these three were the losing half of the famous "Gunfight at the OK Corral". Even after more than ...
... that we just caught glimpses of it streaking across the sky and catching its prey right in mid-air...this was a really spectacular show! We also saw javelinas wandering about the grounds (they are often sleeping in the shade, so this was a treat, too), and the gray wolf was on the prowl, too! The museum is one of our favourite places to go in Tucson, not to be missed if you are down this way!
Another day ...