Travel Blogs from Tombstone
... 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 ...
... may see each other again down the road.
On our last day the motor coach picked us up at the Wells Fargo RV Park for a day in Bisbee. When we arrived in Bisbee we had a short tour of the area. Bisbee is 90 miles SE of Tucson in the Mule Mountains, It is the county seat of Cochise County and was founded in 1880 and named after Judge DeWitt Bisbee, financial backer of the Copper Queen Mine. It was ...
After our tour at Kartchner Caverns we continued on to the Wells Fargo RV Park in Tombstone. The park is a little tight but location is great. We are within easy walking into town. We are 1 block from the O.K. Coral.
Tombstone was once the most famous boom town in the world. It started in 1877 when a young man, Ed Schieffelin, found a rich strike of silver. He named his claim Tombstone. As word ...
... few instruments hoping for some sign from the other side, but alas the ghosts were quiet.
When that tour let out, we went next door to the old mortuary and tried our luck there with a different bunch. They claimed all kinds of things were happening, but I don't think their methods were particularly scientific. If we believed everything they told us, we wold have been over run with ectoplasm. Just the same it was all god fun.
... town of Tombstone, Arizona. The town is best known for the gunfight at the OK Corral which took place on Wednesday 26th 1881, between a band of outlaws named "The Cowboys" and local lawman Wyatt Earp.
Today the town is more of tourist attraction with hourly staged gunfights taking place in the streets. Very few of the original buildings are left from the days of Wyatt Earp, but replicas of the old saloons and brothels have been built to give the ...
Other places to stay in Tombstone
410 Fremont St. (Hwy 80), Tombstone | Motelfrom $97
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13N and 7th Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $85
501 E Fremont Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $59