Originally Posted by Englishrose
It's over a mile high, very steep hills to walk up. If you follow 80 south look left of it and you see the huge hole in the ground from current copper mining. Opencast. Used to be below surface which was how the town came to be. I think there is a modern part of the town south of the mine but we didn't go down there. We were less than 10 miles from Mexico! And north of Tombstone we did have to go through a border patrol checkpoint. Looked in the car, saw 4 caucasians and sent us on our way. They don't racially profile of course.
No of course not... sigh...
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