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Old 04-23-2012, 09:16 PM   #15
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If you take the mine tour in Bisbee check out the bathroom BEFORE the tour starts.

It's a long tour.

The Copper Queen in Bisbee has very good food.

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Don't forget the Bird Cage Theater..only place that ever gave me real goosebumps! Going in May for "Wyatt Earp Days" and staying at the Stampede RV park, 4 blocks down the street from the OK Corral. Wearing period costume!

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Bisbee mine tour; Chirichuha Nat'l Monument, Gammon Gulch in Benson, lots of geocaches in the area if you do that activity, great birding in the canyons of Sierra Vista, Kartchner Caverns tour..... have fun!
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Old 04-30-2012, 08:22 AM   #18
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We loved Tombstone with all the western flair going way back in time. go to boot hill and read the inscriptions on the stones they are a gas! one read He was right We were wrong,We strung him up and now he's gone! paul..........
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don't forget the graveyard especially at night

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