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Friday - 26 September 2008

Wendy Butler's Photos (464th Bombardment Group Webmaster)
   Members of the 464th traveled by tour bus to Boothill Graveyard. Boothill is located just north of Tombstone and about 65 miles or so southeast of Tucson, Ariz. The first grave in the cemetery was dug in 1871. The name, Boothill, came about because many of those graves are filled with people who died "with their boots on" (in a sudden or violent manner). There are 250 (known) people buried in Boothill Graveyard. There were no more burials there after it officially closed in 1884.
   After touring Boothill, the Group continued on to Tombstone. They visited many famous - and infamous - historic sites like the Birdcage Theater and Big Nose Kate's Saloon. At the end of the day, they headed toward the OK Corral to watch a reenactment of the famous gunfight. Upon arriving, they were admitted and seated first in recognition of their service to our country.

      Member IDs provided in part by Robert Hoskinson (778).


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[Photo] Bernd Simon (777) is ready to go. Bernd Simon (777) is ready to go. [Photo] Elise and Art Rawlings (778) help the Group prepare for the bus ride to Tombstone. Elise and Art Rawlings (778) help the Group prepare for the bus ride to Tombstone. [Photo] The Group members find their seats. The Group members find their seats.
[Photo] The first stop of the day is the famous Boot Hill Cemetery - there are more than 200 graves here. The first stop of the day is the famous Boot Hill Cemetery - there are more than 200 graves here. [Photo] Tom Brynes (778) nears the grave of Frank Bowles, who died in 1880. Tom Brynes (778) nears the grave of Frank Bowles, who died in 1880. [Photo] (Left to right) Gloria Fiore (William, 778), an unknown woman, Shirley Hubbard, George Hubbard (778), Jim Gordon (776) and Bob Harden (778). (Left to right) Gloria Fiore (William, 778), an unknown woman, Shirley Hubbard, George Hubbard (778), Jim Gordon (776) and Bob Harden (778).
[Photo] Billy Clanton, Frank McLaury and Tom McLaury - 
               the three men killed during the famed Gunfight at the O.K. Corral - are also buried in this cemetery. Billy Clanton, Frank McLaury and Tom McLaury - the three men killed during the famed Gunfight at the O.K. Corral - are also buried in this cemetery. [Photo] Don and Alice Sherard (778) look at a grave marked "Unknown.". Don and Alice Sherard (778) look at a grave marked "Unknown." [Photo] George Krynovich (778), Jack Rohner (777) and John LaRue (776). George Krynovich (778), Jack Rohner (777) and John LaRue (776).
[Photo] Jim and Kate Kennedy (777), Tom Byrnes (778), Rose Grcevic (Joe, 779), Benny Aday (779) and Tom Pelosa (779). Jim and Kate Kennedy (777), Tom Byrnes (778), Rose Grcevic (Joe, 779), Benny Aday (779) and Tom Pelosa (779). [Photo] Elise Rawlings (Art, 778) and Frank Barnes (778). Elise Rawlings (Art, 778) and Frank Barnes (778). [Photo] BG Assoc. Pres. George Krynovich (778) in Tombstone. BG Assoc. Pres. George Krynovich (778) in Tombstone.
[Photo] Wallace R. Roberts (777) and Tom Pelosa (779). Wallace R. Roberts (777) and Tom Pelosa (779). [Photo] Ed and Toni Aubrey (777) and the rest of the Group head for Tombstone. Ed and Toni Aubrey (777) and the rest of the Group head for Tombstone. [Photo] The Group visits the Silver Nugget in Tombstone. The Group visits the Silver Nugget in Tombstone.
[Photo] Bernd Simon (777) and Tom Brynes (778) take five. Bernd Simon (777) and Tom Brynes (778) take five. [Photo] Echoes of the wild west. Echoes of the wild west. [Photo] John LaRue (776) chats with one of the re-enactors. John LaRue (776) chats with one of the re-enactors.
[Photo] 464th BG members mingle with cowboys on the boardwalks of Tombstone. 464th BG members mingle with cowboys on the boardwalks of Tombstone. [Photo] (Left to right) Adaleen Harden (Bob, 778) and Gloria Fiore (William, 778) investigate shopping opportunities. (Left to right) Adaleen Harden (Bob, 778) and Gloria Fiore (William, 778) investigate shopping opportunities. [Photo] Jim and Kate Kennedy (777) look for souvenirs. Jim and Kate Kennedy (777) look for souvenirs.
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