I went to Tombstone and Bisbee this morning which is about a 100 mile round-trip over mostly two-lane blacktop with some mountain driving thrown in for good measure.
I didn't really do anything in Tombstone I just took a couple of pictures and left. Bisbee was where I really needed to go and I had to drive through Tombstone to get to Bisbee. Bisbee is the county seat of Cochise County where Tombstone is located and since I have property in Tombstone I needed to pay some property tax and change my address once again so Bisbee is where I needed to get things done.
I haven't been to Bisbee in several years so wanted to stop in the old historic downtown and take some pictures but I couldn't find a place to park it was so crowded. I'm not sure why it was so busy maybe they had some kind of event going on or something.
Anyway I got my tax stuff done with no problems and the county employees I dealt with were very kind and helpful. Fortunately their offices were several miles outside of town so I had no problem parking at the county offices. So now that they've got my correct address I can use the papers they send me every year to pay my taxes online so I won't have to go to Bisbee again.
I had to go through an immigration checkpoint leaving Tombstone and it's gotten bigger than I remember it in the past so I assume they're spending more time and effort checking everyone coming from the border. As usual it just took a few seconds to ask me if I was a US citizen, have a dog sniff at my truck and send me on my way.