The town to tough to die
26.03.2011 - 27.03.2011
Since Kanga is a social animal this was more her vibe. Winding roads lead us the adorable Tombstone, one look and we were like kids again. We got there just in time for the last show at the OK Corral and a video about the non-Hollywood history of the town. Let me just say, the guy playing Doc Holiday was PERFECT, and aside from a little cheese the rest of the show was fun, for me at least, Kanga was happy to have cell phone service again and was catching up on some missed texts lol. OH! And Vincent Price was the narrator for the film(YEAH ME!)
Our bed and breakfast was on the main street and was right across from the The Birdcage Theater, we stayed in the Wyatt Earp room and both agree to stay in that same room if we ever come back. We had our own balcony overlooking all of the shops and bars and with a great view of the mountains. The couple that owned it were amazing and really seemed to love what they do. The gave us the inside on where to play and after a shower and some gussying up we were off! Stop one was Bignose Kate's, then to The Crystal Palace, then The 4 Duces, then back to the Crystal Palace(there was a reason), then to The Dragoon. Whisky shots and whisky sours, we are in Tombstone of course, never cost over $3 dollars and most places it was $2!
Breakfast the next morning was Huevos Rancheros, yummmm!!! Then we got in costume and took the old time photos, how could we resist? Packed our bags and were off to the Guadalupe Mountains.