Tombstone was hot in July and you wonder how the old inhabitants wore all that black. My boys were surprised how much their Dad knew about Tombstone, Boot Hill and the OK Corral but didn't you watch all those old black & white cowboy movies? The huge plate of ribs at the Longhorn were washed down with a whiskey in Big Nose Kates saloon just like Doc Holiday or the Earps might have done. Then there was poor old George Johnson in Boot Hill who hadn't done anything wrong - his epitaph reads "He was right; we was wrong, but we strung him up & now he's gone!" Rewarding visit to a town "too tough to die".