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This is from the ride section on my board: Right now it's set for Sat. Oct 7th, but we're open to Sun Oct 8th if more people need that.
Let me know if you're interested.

Matt Caswell
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http://www.thesabrehood.org (more than just sabre's)

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Speaking of which, How about October 7th (Saturday)
Summary: 211.4 miles (shorter than the Labor Day ride)
Meet at Waffle House 7:30 AM 1380 W. Grant Road, Tucson (right off of I-10)

Depart at 8:30
I-19 South for 64 mi to Nogales
SR-82 [E Patagonia Hwy] through Pategonia to SR-80 - 65 mi
SR-80 [Jefferson Davis Memorial Hwy] Southeast 2.7 mi to Tombstone
We should be there around 12:00 - 12:30 for lunch (Big Nose Kates?)

After Lunch and some time to do touristy things (I highly recommend the Rattlesnake Museum):

North on SR-80 [Jefferson Davis Memorial Hwy] 23 mi to I-10

At I-10 Exit 304, turn LEFT (West) onto I-10 47.2 mi
Arrive Tucson and go our separate ways
 

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Ahhhh TOMBSTONE, the town too tough to die!!
My family & me ,or is it I? :oops:,moved to Phoenix in 1948.
As a youngster i was really impressed with Boot Hill in Tombstone,& some of the epitaphs on the grave markers.
"Here lies the body of Les Moore.
4 slugs from a 44.
No less, no more"
Big Nose Kate's is a fun place, but i know it's time to leave when the piano player starts soundin good, & the waitresses start lookin good. :shock:
Wish i was goin with y'all,
the hobo
 

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Matt,

Sent you an email. I have to be in northern CA next week, and will do my best to get back for the ride.

Mike
 

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When I first came to AZ I commented about Tombstone, had not yet been there and had the romantic old west image. I said to an oldtimer "Tombstone, the town to tough to die"

He replied with a snort, "more like the town to dead to know it"
 
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