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Old 10-15-2014, 10:43 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Us out West View Post
If you like history like we do you are going to the right area.

To be more centrally located for visiting Tombstone, Bisbee, historic Fort Huachuca Museum, Karctner Caverns, nearby ghost towns or Mexican border towns of Aqua Prieta or Nogales for great shopping and so much more we stayed at Tombstone Territories RV Resort. They are Passport America (50% discount) for 7 days then you can use your Good Sams for 10% discount after.
Excellent suggestion. I do like the central location of Huachuca better than Benson. But there is the Saguaro Co-op park in Benson where I can stay for $50 for the whole week (1-time teaser rate). OTOH with PPA TTRV is only $105 for a premium site for a week (assuming they will give me one on PPA). Heck, the extra $55 or whatever would barely cover diner for one night.

Any T-Mobile users out there? Is there a service difference between Benson and Huachuca? DW does like her mobile Hot Spot

I've checked the T-Mobile coverage map but it sort of blows up when I try to zoom in close enough to see. Plus I don't know that their map is all that accurate anywho.

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