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We spent almost the entire day at Tombstone. Loved it. Lots of fun. Managed to get one of the few rainy days they have per year! Stopped at Boothill Cemetery first as it was on the way into town and it wasn't raining just yet. Some interesting headstones. Took the horse and carriage street tour, which gave us a history reminder and we could get our bearings. Then checked out the original Birdcage Theatre. Very cool old original theatre interior. And ...
... li>'Here lies Lester Moore, four slugs from a 44, no Les no more'Some had listed the name of the person who killed him. There were a few tombstones for Chinese people: China Mary, Chink Smiley, Two Chinese.
We drove further into town, parked then walked down the main street. We were surprised by how touristy it was. We expected a normal cowboy town with a few touristy things, but it looked like the town existed for the sole purpose of ...
... he wouldn’t find stones out in the wilderness and would only eventually find his own tombstone. Fortunately, for Ed, he did not find his tombstone, but he did find something: silver. Taking the advice his fellow soldiers gave him, his very first mine was named The Tombstone.
Word quickly spread about his silver strike. It wasn’t long before homesteaders, cowboys, speculators, prospectors, lawyers, business people and gunmen headed to the ...
... but would have to wait an hour for the re-enactment of the gun fight, so we passed. Later found out from a local the the real sight of the gun fight was in the street out in front of the OK Corral not in the OK Corral. What happened was a newspaper man thought "gun fight at the OK Corral" sounded a lot better than "gun fight near the front of the OK Corral."
About a mile away from town is Boot Hill and that will be a ...
... br> ***Yesterday I received news that two of my high school classmates Neil Asting and Karen Berousek were killed in an airplane crash on April 1. Karen’s family moved to Kingston when her father took a teaching position at URI my junior year in high school and they moved three houses down from me on North Road. Karen taught all of us to twist way before it came to the east coach. She was a good friend and her family built a house ...
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