As part of the whole Mom Move, her car needed to be sold. Get this! A 1994 Chevy Corsica, with 21,000 miles on it! BUT, what we found out when Hubby's nephew came down to buy it, the front brakes were paper thin! Remember, it was owned by a little old lady who, evidently, rode the brakes! The car hasn't been driven in at least two years, sitting in a hot garage, but everything else was perfect on it. Well, the tires were 15 years old, still looked great, but they do age, and had to be replaced.
His nephew is ecstatic, and I am so happy for him to have it!
While it was at the mechanic's place today, we took a little drive over to Tombstone. We take everybody there. It is full of tourist shops, but if you know any of the history, and you can imagine what really took place there, it is quite interesting.
It's the home of the Earp brothers, Wyatt, Morgan, and a couple more. And the OK Corral. Remember the shoot out?
Big Nose Kate's Saloon is chalk full of memorobilia, music, and many real life characters!
The Crystal Palace is where Wyatt Earp used to deal Farro, a card game back in the day!
If you ever think about visiting, I highly recommend the book, The Life and Times of Wyatt Earp, by Casey Tefertiller. It is an amazing story of the American west.
I have so enjoyed the visit of Hubby's wife & nephew! It's been years since I've seen them, and I am especially happy to get to know Cody as an adult. BTW, I am very impressed!!!