Photos and Soundbites
Page 2 of my (poorly taken) photos of my one and only trip to Tombstone.
Here are some pictures of Cochise County.
|My best estimation of the McLaury's Sulphur Springs ranch. About three miles south of Elfrida.|
|Another shot of the Sulphur Springs ranch area. Sure doesn't look like cattle land.|
|The reason for all of the trouble. Texas Longhorns. This picture was taken on the dirt road between Tombstone and Sulphur Springs Valley.|
|The Whetstone Mts. I figured I was within a few miles radius of the McLaury's Babocomari ranch from this location. Taken a few miles from Fairbank on S-82.|
|The group of hills that made Tombstone a famous boomtown. Tombstone is just behind the left end of the hills.|
|The mighty San Pedro River.
Growing up around the rivers of the North Cascades in Washington, I found this little creek to be... cute.
|The ribbon-like swatch of vibrant green along the San Pedro stands in sharp contrast to the browns and golds as it cuts through the Arizona desert.|