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Old 09-19-2016, 11:51 AM   #1
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I met a woman last night who told me she owns 5 acres directly across the road from Boot Hill cemetery Just outside of Tombstone, Has enclosed swimming pool & other buildings, Says Skoole's welcome .Now as a disclaimer She had had at least 3 long island ice teas so take it for what its worth. Her friend with her did say she does own it.:marshma llow:
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thats where my bus came from....Cochise county, AZ

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Old 09-19-2016, 02:54 PM   #3
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All my best stories begin with a couple of Long Island iced teas, and end with a trip to the ER. And usually in the middle there is a red-head, a trip to the hardware store, and maybe some fire...))
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My dad and I were members of The Ridge Riders back in late 70's I learned to drive our 79 Blazer on a dirt road between Ft. Huachuca and Tombstone, I still have the Dan Wesson I carried in a leather holster (it was loaded with 38 snake shot)

good times, Tombstone was dirt roads and there was this old guy that played a guitar on an old porch, I was 10 back then
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Old 09-19-2016, 05:40 PM   #5
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I met a woman last night who told me she owns 5 acres directly across the road from Boot Hill cemetery Just outside of Tombstone, Has enclosed swimming pool & other buildings, Says Skoole's welcome .Now as a disclaimer She had had at least 3 long island ice teas so take it for what its worth. Her friend with her did say she does own it.:marshma llow:

Good for you! I bet she meant it.


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thats where my bus came from....Cochise county, AZ

My best friend had a horse named Cochise.


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All my best stories begin with a couple of Long Island iced teas, and end with a trip to the ER. And usually in the middle there is a red-head, a trip to the hardware store, and maybe some fire...))
LOL, yea good thing you made it through all that.
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I'm doing pretty good with the multi quotes now. .
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My dad and I were members of The Ridge Riders back in late 70's I learned to drive our 79 Blazer on a dirt road between Ft. Huachuca and Tombstone, I still have the Dan Wesson I carried in a leather holster (it was loaded with 38 snake shot)

good times, Tombstone was dirt roads and there was this old guy that played a guitar on an old porch, I was 10 back then

Those were the days. So many good memories. Good music, good food and good company. I still see good times today too. We use to drag race 55 and 57chevys in Atlanta and Stone mountain which was mostly dirt roads back in the 60s early 70s.
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My best friend had a horse named Cochise.
So did Little Joe
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Just letting you all know there's an option while on the road
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Just outside of Tombstone there is also a free campsite (official and confirmed) called Whitewater Draw where you can see 30,000 sandhill cranes roosting for the winter. We camped there in the bus for a few days.
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