Thursday, March 29, 2012

“ A Softer Side of the ‘Town Too Tough To Die’”

     If you have never been to Tombstone, Arizona, the weekend of April 13 - 15, 2012 would be a great time to make that journey to this most historic of Wild West towns.  That weekend the good folks of Tombstone will host The Rose Tree Festival which commemorates 127 years of blooming of the World’s Largest Rose Tree.
       Here is a good link to give you more information - .  We have also included some pictures we took of Tombstone in March 2010 showing some of the most famous historic sites in this wonderful Arizona town.  Finally, take a look at our movie of the “unblooming” rose tree we made that March.  We think you will be amazed of the size of this Arizona rose tree!   
The Rose Tree Museum

The Tombstone Rose Tree - March 2010

Allen Street, one of the "dusty streets of Tombstone"

Famous Bird Cage Theater

The Newspaper that wrote on October 27, 1881 "Three Men Hurled Into Eternity in the Duration of a Moment" as a result of the Gunfight At The OK Corral.

Tombstone Courthouse State Park

One of the many Allen Street businesses of Tombstone.
Wyatt Earp's Tombstone Home

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