Hi Umanak,Regarding the previous post WTF?
Thank you. It seems that the weird post is gone now. I’m going to delete my WTF post so as not to confuse readers who might assume I’m now referring to my original post.Hi Umanak,
I saw this earlier this earlier this evening myself. At that time the poster human or computer had 4 post. I see that it is up to 9 post now.
The way to report this is in the lower, left corner of every post is a little triangle. Put your cursor over it and a window pops up and you can report it.
I only learned this a bout 6 months ago. This is our form and if we work together with the moderators keeping them informed we can help to stop this.
G’day Umnak,Bisbee, AZ
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The Jonquil Motel sits along Tombstone Canyon which is also Bisbee’s Main Street, though the 1930s buildings are removed from the galleries and antique shops closer to the town’s center. View attachment 432471
We had been told Bisbee is a Silver City on steroids. Our first impression — we were there for three days — wasn’t positive. I do not like places where graffiti is allowed to remain on buildings, and streets are littered with empty cans. Combined with the general shabby condition of the buildings, one is left with a sense of a place in decline.
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We did find a few places open on our second day in town, and enjoyed the only open gallery we found during our stay.
The Quarry Bar looks like a dive managed by Punk Rockers. We walked in to head banging music and sat at the bar. The three tables at the Vietnamese restaurant down the street were filled and I had read that the food here was good. The bartender and server seemed dubious as to whether or not we would stay, but gave us menus and a verbal list of what was left. The last of the meatloaf had been ordered by the couple from the UK who were sitting at the bar. We went with cheeseburgers and fries, and were very impressed with our decision. The meat was very good and the homemade buns even better.
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The Grand Salon had live local music, which was good, and we stopped for a local stout on our way back to the motel.
We saw this wonderful vehicle on our way out of town.
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My take-away is that Bisbee is a funky little town not sure of its place in the world.