Like any good military family, though, we created an Arizona bucket list shortly after moving there, and Tombstone was on it. With high hopes, we set off in search of adventure.
Tombstone is a quaint town -- a quaint town that has turned into a tourist magnet.
Because of the legends surrounding the shoot out at the OK Corral, tourists flock to Tombstone to get a taste of the wild west.
I guess the main street through town does look the way I'd think a town in the wild west would look. I'm pretty sure, however, all the stores carried more than cheap t-shirts and tacky souvenirs during the late 1800s.
There are also plenty of reenactors to help give the town a wild west feel.
In order to take in the full tourist effect, we even went to a stage dramatization that supposedly told the story of gunfight at the O.K. Corral in 1881.
At the end of the day, however, we agree that there wasn't all that much to see in Tombstone and we were pretty much underwhelmed -- it was just "OK".
Years later, we occasionally say that a certain event or activity was underwhelming. Often, someone then pipes up and says, "It was about as OK as the O.K. Corral."
Some days are like that. And as long as we get a good picture or two, even an underwhelming day can have fun memories.
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