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Travel Blogs from Tombstone
... lunch. Lacie lives in Mesa with 4 dogs and her husband Terry. Theo got chance to get re-acquainted with Jessie, one of his 8 siblings. Both were under-impressed and chose to play with some of the 4 other Bedlingtons. Florence and I got a chance to visit with Lacie and Sue Ann, whose daughter Sarah shows Jessie. Later on, Lacie couldn't stand it anymore and tackled grooming Theo, who by this time only resembled a Bedlington! When ...
... br> and raids, treaties formed and broken, Cochise and Geronimo roaming these grounds,
the cavalry protecting those making their way west and stage coaches delivering
mail from St Louis to San Francisco went
through there. Boy, we have life so easy now! After we walked the ruins of the
1st and 2nd Fort Bowie sites we decided to take a
different trail back……straight up a ridge of a mountain so we could ...
After we left the rv park we took a side trip to a gem stone museium very colourfull old guy gave us all sorts of info on rocks.
After that on to tombstone what a great place most of the store owners dressed up the part of the old west,had lunch in a bar all decked out old western style should come back here with a group of people, stay in a motel what a party place!!!!
Saw a replica of the main street and then the little plot of land where the fight of 30 seconds went down. Went to Big Nose Kate's saloon for a mug of beer. And got a copy of the newspaper the Epitaph with the whole story.
After seeing a diorama story of the history of Tombstone, we went down a side street to have the best sasparilla in the state...actually it was the best rootbeer I've had, not too sweet. And ...
... running around when Wyatt Earp was there. Will point it out in the pictures. Tombstone is to Western Wear stores as Key West is to Tee Shirt Shops.
One of the more famous locations I photographed is the Bird Cage. The Bird Cage was established in 1881 (Tombstones most famous years were about 1880-1884. It was during this period that most of Boot Hill was filled.) The Bird Cage was a combination bar, gambling hall, dance ...
Other places to stay in Tombstone
410 Fremont St. (Hwy 80), Tombstone | Motelfrom $36
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13N and 7th Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $70
501 E Fremont Street, Tombstone | Motelfrom $59