Thirteen Photographs of Tombstone, AZ.
Welcome to the Pink Flamingo’s new Word Press format. For the record, I absolutely detest Word Press and am only moving to the new format because it is necessary. I’m still working on the kinks.
The most important part of the week is attending church at the historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Constructed in 1882 by Endicott Peabody. Monday, November 17 was his “saint” day. The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona has begun the process of Anglican sainthood for “Cotty”.
Last week I was attending a writer’s conference, The Annual Western History Symposium and Book Exposition. A grand time was had by all (except for the fact that I “ruined” my left shoulder and neck lifting a heavy box of books). I sold quite a few copies of three of my books. I would link to the site for Wyatt Earp Books but Yahoo has done something to it, so forget that for a few days.
While I was in Tombstone, a beautiful statue honoring Wyatt Earp was dedicated. It is located at the Wyatt Earp House, on Fremont Street, just a block north of the OK Corral.
I love taking photographs in Tombstone. As you will soon see, it is like stepping out of the modern world and right into the Wild West!
Dime con quien andas y te digo quien eres.