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Tombstone was named after an early prospector who was told he would only find his tombstone there. In fact he found a shallow seam of copper & gold. Today Allen Street still feels like you expect a Western town to despite the regular invites to tongue in cheek Gunfight reenactments. Much of the attraction is built up around the OK Corral Gunfight ...
4 hours south of Phoenix is Bisbee. Once known as "Queen of the Copper Camps" you can probably understand why we were drawn here! The mine produced $6.1 billion worth of gold, silver & copper before it closed in 1974. Today it is an artsy town with a lot of the ...
... it was hard to tell fact from fiction. Well, this trip to Tombstone has helped shed some light on the real characters and life in the old west.
So, off we went to visit Tombstone, Arizona, a short jaunt down the road. The town was founded and incorporated in 1879 and soon became one of America's Old West Boom towns, drawing men and women; gunfighters, miners, prostitutes and families alike, to the town shortly after silver was discovered in the Tough Nut Mine. Within ...
... on earth is but one miniscule moment in time. Meeting Melvin Harwood by chance as we were driving by his place, and then being invited to visit his “private” museum was special. He opened his museum and his mind to us so that we could learn more about his part of the world and the life of living off the sea. I could go on and on, but I think you get the drift.
What is our next adventure? Stay tuned and find ...
... hand the spirit of community that exists amongst American folk, so warm, generous and truly supportive of each other.
Thank you Joan and Hans for allowing us to tread for a while in your shoes.
At the start of the day we were seeing the traditional western cactus as we had for part of yesterday. These are the tall, metres high kind, with the one or two branches held up like a human arm bent at the elbow, the ...