Last month I took a trip to Southeastern Arizona. Other than a few trips to Tucson, it’s part of the state that I’ve never explored, and because of the elevation, it’s a little cooler than in Phoenix.
The original plan was to visit the Arizona-Sonoran Desert Museum on the west side of Tucson, then visit Tombstone the next day. But with a late start leaving Phoenix we decided on seeing Tombstone first. Once there we found the main road being paved, so we kept going after seeing that Bisbee wasn’t that much farther down the road.
I’ve never been to Bisbee, and didn’t want to miss the chance since we were in the area. Overall it’s a cool little town, but not much was going on. We headed back to Tombstone and had lunch and walked around the town. If I were to go back it’d be to do the mine tour. The reenacted gunfights didn’t interest me too much.
My pictures are after the jump.
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