Old Settler town buildings at Fairbanks.
SASS shooting range and livery
Town of Tombstone
I loved the old stagecoaches.
Just look at those big feet on the horses!!
The old frontier town
Street to Boot Hill
We went shopping at Tombstone in the quaint little shops. We especially like the jewelry shops. By the time we were ready to get something to eat, the restaurants were closed . But this was on Christmas Eve, so I guess it was to be expected.
On Wednesday, the day after Christmas, we went to to the courthouse to apply for my passport as we are planning a trip to Nogales soon. I paid the extra to get it sooner ...... 2-4 weeks :-/
At least that is done and out of the way.
Today after church we drove to Camper World to pick up a couple small things I needed for repair for the RV. Those plastic covers for the bumper ends where you store the blackwater hose needed replaced, and some hooks to attach the bottom of the miniblinds that had broken off. I looked for a knob that holds my shower curtain closed but no luck there. I could have stayed and looked more but needed to get back to the fur-babies. We also drove around a couple rv sales lots just looking....
Good thing we got home when we did as I had left the top vents open a ways to make sure the dogs were cool enough. Well apparently the wind had been blowing and the roof vent over the driver area was blown clear off and broken. As rain was threatening I had just time enough to duct-tape plastic to the inside in a funnel shape, and poke a hole in the middle of it to hopefully drain the water into a bucket on the floor underneath it for the night. I will see about getting it fixed in the morning.
Going to get cozy and listen to the raindrops, which I hope are not too loud nor too close together :)