Bisbee is a mix of historic charm and outlandish eccentricity. Around every corner you are just as likely to find 110 year old artifacts of days gone by as you are to find brightly painted "hippie mobiles". The town is abundant with artists and dreamers and evidence of that can be found everywhere.
I've decided to leave the photos in a random blend of history and eccentricity. I believe the randomness gives you a better sense of what the town is actually like. I think the natives of Historic Bisbee prefer it that way as well.
|A message of peace can be found in almost any part of historic Bisbee if you look for it.|
|Irony= Hippie painting laying down "the man's" rules!|
|A rare sighting of a wild Nancy and her dogs, Luke and Leia! (note the tie-dye shirt)|
|Massage huh? Doh! not open on Thursdays!|
|This Cowboy was hand painting a "Do not enter" sign when we arrived. He also took $5 from us to park our car. I guess it's not all about peace love and freedom in Bisbee.|
|Um, does this qualify as an RV?|
|No matter how many apples I offered this jack ass he would not move.|
|This horse fly was right above that donkey though... maybe that is why he wouldn't move.|
|Street musician on a back alley enjoying his lunch away from the public eye.|
And that is my .10 cent picture tour of Historic Bisbee! If you find yourself in the Bisbee area wanting a great hot dog, make sure to hit Jimmy's. See my review here: Jimmy's Hot Dog Company
Thanks to you all for stopping by!
Have a great day!!!