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Tombstone Arizona

Next day, left around 10 am for the 20 minute drive to Tombstone for the Helldorado celebration.  Before doing so George just had to stop in one of the malls to go to the Boot Barn, Arizona’s number one shop

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Visiting Bisbee Arizona

Bisbee is a very atmospheric mining town that nestles in the mile high Mule Mountains of SE Arizona. It was founded in 1880 when copper was discovered there.  This discovery sparked a mining rush and by the beginning of 20th

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Visiting Sierra Vista Arizona

Left Tucson around 10 am for the 70 miles drive through desert landscape to our accommodation in Sierra Vista.  The name of this town means ‘mountain view’ and it is a smallish very spread out town surrounded by mountains in

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Old Tucson Studios Pictures

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Arizona Sonora Desert Pictures

Arizona Sonora Desert pictures

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Visiting Tucson Arizona

Slept well surprisingly because today is the day that we pick the car up.  We arranged with our taxi driver from yesterday to come at 10 am to take us to the airport where the pick up place, Hertz, was

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Visiting the The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon, located in Grand Canyon National Park, is an incredible, inconceivable abyss, formed from layer upon layer of different rocks which you can easily distinguish from their different colours – wonderful subtle shades of mauve, pink, orangery reds,

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Route 66 to Williams Arizona

The interstate highway route 40 through the desert follows some of the now defunct route 66.  Route 66 used to go through all the towns and this new highway was built to bypass them.  The road runs alongside wide flat

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Grand Canyon Pictures

Grand Canyon

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