|2011 Road Trip, Central Section
|History and Prehistory of Lake County
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On the way to the Keys, we took the
old Tamiami Trail across Big Cypress
Swamp to Miami. On the way we saw
alligators and the Miccosukee Tribal Headquarters. Long Key was our destination where we
spent almost 2 weeks with mom and dad enjoying the sights and tastes of the Keys.
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From Tucson we traveled east through
El Paso to Carlsbad Caverns where we
spent two days underground. Then on
to Jacksonville Texas to visit
Cheyanne's cousin and family.
On our return trip we traveled north to
Eufaula to visit Eric's family (still
snow on the ground). Then back
across Texas where we had a blowout
in Abilene. We stopped and took
pictures at the Toyan ghost town and
the windmill rest-stop.
In El Paso, we toured the historic
missions along the Socorro Road, the
Tigua Indian Reservation, and the real
"Boot Hill" (Concordia Cemetery) where
Gunslinger John Wesley Hardin rests
(with his boots on) along with 40,000
other souls. Heading further west, in
New Mexico, we toured the town of La
Mesilla where Billy the Kid was tried
and sentenced to hang in 1881.