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Elf on a Tombstone

I remember the creepy red and green pixie dolls growing up, a precursor to the more modern Elf on the Shelf. The concept of moving the elf place to place is new to me. 151 more words

Tombstone and Tucson

Known as the town too tough to die, Tombstone is a touristy, old western boomtown in southern Arizona notorious for the OK Corral shootout.  It’s one of my husbands favorite places to visit and a stop over is always required when visiting southern AZ. 245 more words

Netflix Movie of the Week #17: Tombstone

I was scrolling through the Simply Film archives the other day when I noticed a shocking dearth of Western movies! Now, dear reader, could I simply abide such a blatant lack of cinematic diversity on my blog? 485 more words

Film

Poem - Extremes of Death

The open field is not empty
as the ground is littered with
remains of the day
remains of the fallen.

Boulders serve as markers
as crude tombstones and… 36 more words

Poetry

Weekly Photo Challenge - Gone but not Forgotten

This week’s photo challenge is called “Gone but not Forgotten” and it is about exactly that – something that is no more but someone still remembers. 114 more words

Europe

Double Adobe

When this blog started, I thought we would take you through all our travels during last 17 months, but then that would mean not sharing where we are currently and what we’re doing. 550 more words

Travels

On the Road to Tombstone

Today we’re visiting Tombstone, Arizona, home of the infamous OK Corral shootout, Wyat Earp, and Doc Holiday. But, first, we’ll make a stop to investigate The Thing.

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