My cousins are here from NJ and will be leaving on Friday. So Jo-Ann looked up Bisbee after we talked about it and they all thought that would be a good day trip.
We made a pit stop in Tombstone for a little stretch and then I wanted to show them a very old cemetery I found a few years ago while sight seeing. No not Boot Hill lol.
Then back on the road to Bisbee. The weather was just gorgeous with a slight breeze. I knew right away breathing was going to be a problem so I told them to go ahead and we could meet at the coffee shop.
I took some pictures and it started to get a little hot on that side of the street so I walked over to sit in the shade and talked to some really nice folks. Then wandered into the coffee shop for a nice Chia and went and sat outside and people watched .
This was found at the old cemetery in Tombstone
Some grave markers are just plain and made of simple items as some of these people were very poor. There are many graves that haven't any markers or they are long gone.
Smoke in the distance from the fire
Lots of pretty flowers in this garden.
Old Adobe house built right off the side of the mountain. This is how the homes were built some have been refurbished but most just fell to ruin
Old early mine shaft
Does anyone know if this white flower is on a tulip tree?
While they took pictures of us I took a picture of them
I wish I had a program to take out these stinkin wires
The first time I spotted this guy he was dragging a trash can and singing at the top of his lungs. He was wearing a long tattered skirt. But this is what makes Bisbee, Bisbee
And then to the end of our visit the must see Lavender Pit
Good Night All