Suburban Extended Stay Sierra Vista near Fort Huachuca
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... This old theatre was a bit of a local hotspot in the 1880s. The place is as haunted as buggery and Sam insisted we get tickets for the ghost tour of the place.
Next up, we checked out the "Heldorado", gunfighter show. This a funny little show, with lots of pantomime style booos and hisses for the bad guy and cheers for the good guy. The goodies and baddies hammed it up and shot blanks all about the place for a little while. ...
... stay here because it is centrally located among a couple sites we want to see: Tombstone and the Kartchner Caverns. To get to Benson we travelled through more of southern Arizona’s amazing scenery and over some foothills so that at times we had stunning views of the desert and mountains. We just don’t get tired of the scenery here.
Travelled today: 77 km
Travelled to date: 11625 km
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We are now back at home after another fantastic trip. We were out for 105 days. Put just under 7K miles on the Alfa and another 2K on the Jeep. Lots of miles, but it was worth it! We saw many things that we had only seen in magazines and movies before. Now, we have many wonderful memories and images to remind us of those places. We drove Highway 101 from Petaluma, CA to just south of Uncas, WA. We ate some fantastic food, and ...
... by some amateur cavers who squeezed through a sinkhole in the side of the mountain. The cool thing was these guys kept the cave a secret for 14 years while they were exploring the cave. They made sure they did no harm to the cave and took the same paths in and out of the cave. Then they entered into secret negotiations with the state to make it into a State Park. Then the state park service developed the park for the next 10 years to make it what it is today – the most ...