This weekend the boys roughed it in the wild wild west and took on Tombstone down by the border. We drove down through Phoenix and Tucson and arrived at Cochise Stronghold around 7 O’clock. The downtime consisted of a lot of spades and jargon. On our first day, we walked around Tombstone and took in the cowboy culture. We went to the wild west hall of fame and were constantly being told to go view these cowboy reenactments. Another feller told us that his reenactment was not at all like the Twilight movies, this made us want to attend that showing even less then we did previously. We all love the Twilight movies, team Jacob 4 life. We ended up going to a reenactment that was fairly decent, it was entertaining as well as educational. Spoiler alerts the Sheriff and his boys end up taking out the riff-raff in the town.

After this we went and saw an educational movie on Tombstone, we learned that it was built on a foundation of mining and is too tough to die. Around 12 O’clock we rolled out of Tombstone and headed to Bisbee which had a lot of interesting architecture on the mountainsides. We went to a park to start journaling and it started raining very hard. We finished up our journaling and headed back to camp to our spades and jargon. We finished the night with an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. It did rain on us that night as well, made for a fun time. The next day a rattlesnake wandered through our camp. We also wanted to go swimming at a creek we had previously, unfortunately after much lobbying for the creek spot we came to find out that the creek we journeyed up to had no water. In hindsight, we should have stuck by camp and gone bouldering but you never know until you know. We had SIC in the dried-up creek bed and then headed back to the vans to journey onward back up through Tuscan where we hit a meeting and got In and Out burger. We then were planning on camping at Picacho peak but ended up going all the way up to Sedona instead. During the car ride, the boys enjoyed some comedians on Spotify which made the drive more pleasurable. We then went to a creek to complete the Community and we went swimming. It was a great weekend.

Till Next Time…..

Young Men Coming out of Cave
Young Men Coming out of Cave