Hot Tombstones in Tucson, Arizona May 8, 2017May 8, 2017lsmoore 2 Comments This was what I imagined I’d find when I planned my visit to a cemetery in Tucson, Arizona. I didn’t expect the many Asian memorials. Made me wonder about the history of the Asian culture in Tucson. Anybody know? This section of Evergreen Cemetery brought back memories of my trips to Virgina City, and Genoa, Nevada. Picturesquely old west. What a view! This was the Congregation Ashei Israel section of Evergreen. Beautiful! My tombstone tourist tips for Tucson: Slather on the sunscreen and, don’t miss breakfast or brunch at Prep & Pastry. Thier slogan is, “Brunch without booze is just a sad late breakfast.” Sooooo yummy! Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Fascinating! The skies were perfect too! Good post.
Thanks. That was the last day I was in Tucson and the ONLY time I a saw a cloud in the sky.