A view from our door at the Larian Motel..
Looking out from the Office door
We walked over to the Longhorn Restaurant for breakfast. The sign on the table inside..
A view across the street from the Longhorn Restaurant
A stage approaches. They have folks dressed in the era clothing walking around, and stagecoaches coming in and out, gunfighters etc..If you like westerns & stuff, this is one of the places to go...
A stage coach making a u-turn in the street...
Some things never change!!!!
We went back to get the bikes at the motel and got to talking to these folks who we met at Six Gun City Saloon last night. This is Sue & Graham from Scunthorpe England.
Our bikes in front of our room at the Larian Motel
We load up and head out to Boot Hill. Here is the plaque & Gate by the entrance..
The historical info marker at Boot Hill
Some of the graves...
Another grave.. The markers are re-creations of the original markers, but the graves are real and the folks are really buried there
There are graves marked with "Unknown" all over the Boot Hill Grave Yard
The guys from the O.K. Corral gunfight are all buried here
Here are a couple of the losers from that gunfight
The folks that died here from various things, that had served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, have a flag and CSA certification Marker , like this one that Bill is kneeling behind..
A view of the graveyard
The last view from Day 13 is of this Harley Classic parked next to our bikes as we got ready to head back to Tucson... We had a great time in Tombstone just like we did last year..I look forward to returning again next year.
Scroll down for more rides, events & posts and don't forget to click on the "older posts" link at the bottom of EACH page for more rides and posts. Check out North Texas Bikers (1) at http://www.jjskewlstuff.blogspot.com/ for rides, events & posts from January 08-November 08. Until next post, ya'll be careful out there, ride safe, keep the rubber on the road & pray for our Troops................JOHN