Excruciating hills for the first 24 miles, then the rest of the way was sweet downhills. The hills included one category 2 climb and one category 4. I couldn’t get many photos of the Bisbee area because I was flying down the road at 40 mph and didn’t want to lose my momentum. It was a cool looking old mining town though. I caught back up with the PAC gang of cycler’s twice today. They passed me going up the mountains from Tombstone and then again going down the mountains. I could have bummed another lunch at their stop in Bisbee, but didn’t see where they stopped. I’m staying in Douglas at an old hotel called the Hotel Gadsden. It’s famous for it’s ghosts. The massive stairway in the lobby was the site of Pancho Villa’s horse ride up the staircase. Here’s the map and pictures for today.
Tomorrow, New Mexico!
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