We drove past this classic fire truck just about every day and finally had to go photograph it. We ended up speaking to the owner who told us more about it’s history and his plans for it. It’s a 1956 Ward LeFrance Pumper (Fire Truck)
After having seen Otto’s classic corvettes in his secret hide away, we asked him to bring a couple down to the RV park during the next pot luck supper so we could get some photographs of the corvettes on the beach. He brought three of them. We parked them on the beach, next to Nueces Bay in Corpus Christi and took some shots.
After being treated to a private show of over eight classic corvettes, we took the ferry across to Port Aransas for the day and enjoyed the sand on Padres Island.
Bisbee Arizona offers a great place to spend the day on a walking tour. The art community dearly love their little town and enjoy sharing it with tourists. Visit the Queen Mine and take the tour, sample some chocolate made directly from the cacao bean, climb the many sets of stairs or wind your way through the narrow passage ways. We enjoyed our whole food meal at the High Desert Market (twice) and after a full day said to ourselves “we could so easily live here!”
We spent a full day in Tombstone, taking in the gunfight at the OK Corral, meeting the OK Corral Blacksmith, taking a tour on the trolley through town and out to Boot Hill Cemetery, learning how to play Farrow with Doc Holliday and meeting Caesar the Tombstone Biker Bird.