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May 18, 2010

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Mike and Gerri Jones

What an absolutely interesting place! Mike loves western history so this is a must see for us. You taught me alot about Tombstone and the guys of O.K. Corral. I didn't know Doc Holliday was from Georgia...do you know where in Georgia?

Thanks for the outstanding tour! Safe travels and enjoy the journey!

Mike & Gerri

Bob Russell

Thanks for the note on photographer Fly. I did my thesis on vegetation of the Chiricahua Mountain meadows and retook his pictures in the same spots to note changes. Fly Park near Rustler Park in the Chericahuas is named after him. Many of his original photos were lost in a flooded museum basement in Phoenix in the 1950's but fortunately many copies still exist of most of them? You guys sound like you're having fun--enjoy the great western landscapes.

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