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... was one picture on the wall that was a bit scary. For dinner we drove into Tombstone centre and had Mexican food. We had a quick look around town but it was getting dark and the street lighting is old school so we drove back to the ranch before it got too dark. There was a really loud cricket noise through the night, but not enough to keep us awake. We have gained 2 hours in 2 days but our bodies haven't adjusted yet so we called it a night relatively ...
... stopped in time. I don't think I can describe it better than my photos.
I wasn't as lucky on my way down back to the main road so I had to walk around half an hour but the scenerey was totally worth in and luckily the weather was very pleasant (a strange thing in sonora for May).
On my way back to town I had a home made lunch, walked around in Alamos, sat in the main square and took the tourist train for only 20 pesos!!! It was seriously a very ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... question was posed in my mind, should the US leave some lights on? Should they maybe even open the gate a little? Is it always harmful to welcome our neighbors in?
The reality is complex, and the US is not simply a house that can welcome or deny visitors. I was able to experience both sides of the story, the pushing and pulling forces. I saw a boarder factory that paid workers less than $70 USD per week. I saw why people would be driven ...