Motel 6 Sierra Vista - Fort Huachuca
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Travel Blogs from Sierra Vista
... up, the rest of the party is sound asleep in preparation for tomorrow's field trip south from here to Bisbee, AZ a town very near the Mexican border. Bisbee boomed because of the copper mine located there and is now a tourist destination. The plan is to have b'fast at a cafe written up in Road Food and then head over the border to Naco for medicinal purposes. Will pick up the thread of our adventures of tomorrow once we've had them!
... is bat poop that is over 15,000 years old
and a fully articulated ground sloth skeleton they say is 86,000 years old.
WOW!!!! We got to see the poop but not the skeleton.
We tried to see Tombstone on Friday (2/15/14), got there and
walked around and saw a few things but decided to leave and come back another
day cause Rusty was feeling too bad to continue. Before we left we did see a
few things. We walked through Boothill Cemetery ...
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!!!!
... Fleetwood people and they were checking on it. We still are working the reduced pressure in the kitchen faucet. Barbie and I went into town and got a replacement part but it was the wrong one so we will return it. There is an RV service place down the road so David stop there when he returns the parts.
We have had wonderful meals (Barbie's an ...
... the Earps and Holliday were heroes or murderers. On the way out of town we visited the graves
of the McLaury’s and Billy Clanton at Boothill, now a national historic site.
We arrived back at our campground just in time for a hot dog and s’mores campfire. Our campground is on a bit of a rise so we were able to watch a spectacular sunset over the desert valley. Beautiful.