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... was really crowded so eventually we ate at the bar and was told an amazing story by a couple from Seattle, apparently they come every winter and a month ago were in bed in their RV when a shot rang out and a bullet went through the wall, he said the guy in the next trailer was drunk and messing with his gun (as you do in the West) & it went off shooting him through the hand and into their RV. The husband said he hadn't been too worried as it hadn't done much damage but the next ...
... as "the Queen of the Copper Camps" and was one of the richest mineral sites in the world. Bisbee was a thriving community until the mining operations became unprofitable in the mid 1970's. Today, Bisbee has transformed itself into a quirky artsy town. After our tour we had free time for lunch, shopping and enjoying just walking around Bisbee.
Later in the afternoon we met for the Queen Mine ...
I awoke at 8 and I was still drunk. I couldnt believe I'd been stupid enough to get drunk. I was still in my clothes from the night before and I had no car. It was in town. I regretted my decisions as I needed to drive today. I eat my porridge and head to the front desk. "I need a taxi" I tell the guy working the desk, he was on a call at the time so he just hands me a taxi busness card. I didn't want to call, so I tell him I can't use an ...
... Larry's horror - shopping!! That evening Joan cooks up a great meal of baby ribs, white corn and sweet potato.
The next morning is Larry time with a bike ride on a bike kindly lent by a friend of Joan's while the girls shop. On the way to pick up the bike we see a woman shooing a snake gently off the road. As she drives pasts she tells us it is a good snake - a gopher snake. Around here the deadly rattlesnake is prevalent. The good ...
... quartz needle formations can also be found. The world’s second longest soda straw formation and Kubia Khan, a 58 foot high column is here.
History – These caverns were on private land and belong to JamesKartchner and his wife Lois. He was a former teacher and Superintendent. In 1974 two cavers Gary Tenen and Randy Tufts were exploring on his land. Seven years before one of them discovered a sinkhole ...