After a pleasant stay at DeAnza RV Park in Amado, AZ we took a short 96 mile ride and moved into the Tombstone Territories RV Resort in Huachuca City just outside the historic western town of Tombstone, AZ. We just happened to arrive, as they say down here, at 'High Noon'!. The RV Resort is about 10 miles West of town.
The views, as you can see in some of the photos, are awesome. We are in a pull-thru site with nothing behind us but breathtaking views of the awe-inspiring mountain vistas and desert landscape. Actually there are mountain views in all directions. At 4,000' feet the temps have still been in the mid to upper 70's during the day and 30's at night. With no city lights around the night sky is lit up with stars and right now a half moon.
Many activities right here on the grounds including indoor swimming (with aerobics if you want), a craft day and much more. Last Friday night they had a jam session in the clubhouse which has a great turnout and was fun. Saturday morning went to breakfast at the clubhouse where they had pancakes and waffles, scrambled eggs, sausage, excellent bacon, biscuits and gravy, toast, coffee, fruit and assorted juices.
Tomorrow we go the OK Corral, Boot Hill and other places in Tombstone. Many other things to go visit in the area and we will have updates on those we go to in our next update.
Betty and I agree that this place is by far the best we've stayed at since we started our Journey and some day will return.
We'll be here until February 1st and then it's on to some 'serious crafting' goings on in Tucson and the Lazy Days RV Resort. We'll be meeting up with some dear friends, Penny and George from Reno, and George and I will let the gals do their thing at all the craft shows.
Hope everyone is fine.