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    Default Tombstone 2001

    Originally posted by Coach Bodie


    : Texas Jess, our pal Shawn and myself will be heading down to Tombstone in early January. This will be the third year in a row that Jess and I have made the trip! We're really looking forward to it...many people can't understand why we keep going back...but oh well!!!




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    Default Re: Tombstone 2001

    Originally posted by Mik


    : Good for you! Tombstone is a wonderful place to visit with lots of fun history! Perhaps you can find the time to hike to the old Clanton Ranch also. Not much is left since the U.D.A.'s started a fire last May which destroyed the old Ghost Town of Lewis Springs and went up the river and took more of our history by burning the corral at the Clanton Ranch. It is off of Escapule Road drive about 1 mile and on the right is a gate for hikers. It is well marked. Also off of Middle March Road is a place called Council Rock. This is where Cochise and his tribe hid from "white man" and planned what to do next. It is a cave of rocks. Any old timers can give you directions there. If you drive on Charleston Road you can park your car at the bridge. Before you get to the bridge on your left you will see the remains of Millville. It is well worth hiking too. There are some petroglyphs on the rocks heading north behind Millville. Well enjoy your trip!




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    Default Tombstone

    Originally posted by Coach Bodie


    : Texas Jess, Myself and Shawn are off to Tombstone for 4 nights!!! See you there!!!




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    Default Re: Tombstone

    Originally posted by bad bob


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    : : Texas Jess, Myself and Shawn are off to Tombstone for 4 nights!!! See you there!!!



    :

    : You probably already know that T-stone is one of many ghosts in that area. Bisbee (must-see), Dos Cabezas, and several others are worth the trip if you have the time.

    : bb.




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    Default bisbee -

    Originally posted by steve in so az


    : : Bisbee is so crowded you cannot find a parking spot. No exaggeration, Steve in so az




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    Default Tombstone

    Originally posted by Coach Bodie


    : Trip Went Well...



    : We did some research at the Az Historical Society in Tucson.



    : Stayed at the Silver Nugget on Allen Street...



    : Visited the Slaughter Ranch and saw Slaughter's grave in Douglas.



    : Did some other grave hunting in Tombstone's City Cemetery.



    : Met town Historian Ben T. Traywick.



    : Also met a local by the Name of Swamper John...interesting character!!!



    : Can't wait for our next trip!!!




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    Default Re: Tombstone

    Originally posted by John


    : Sorry I missed you on the trip! I live in Tuscon and this place is surrounded by ghosttowns! Maybe next time. Have a great day :O)




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