Whitewater Draw. On our first visit to the roosting area, we spotted these three cranes away from the others. One may be a juvenile, but we couldn't see if his head was still grey. Only adult cranes have the distinctive red forehead.
Bascom incident at Fort Bowie. The stronghold is located in a section of Coronado National Forest. The campground is nice, but it is not big rig friendly. The maximum length recommended for this campground is 26 feet.
The tour guide unlocks the 1915 door and into the mine you go!
Question: What did the miners do when they needed to use the facilities?
Answer: They used the two seat portable potty!
Yes, it is mounted on wheels so the mules could pull it out of the mine for emptying!
After our tour, we went to Bisbee. Since it is built on the side of a mountain, there are a lot of steps. So many, that every fall, there is an ironman race to the top!
We found our way down and made it to Old Bisbee Brewery for lunch. I got the sampler with 7 beers. One of the most interesting was Salut! which was made for customers who like white wine. Connie ordered it as you see in the tall goblet to the right of me (my glass is in the center). If I look lost in thought with my cell phone it is because I am registering all the beer on Untapped.