Alright, where did I leave off? OH, that's right, we'd just fought off the monstrous rodents of unusual size. Wait, no, that's not it...
We'd just left the riparian area on this road.
Then we went through this tunnel
And saw more of Bisbee!
On our way back to the Bed and Breakfast, where we cleaned up and clambered on over to the town-part-thing of Bisbee.
On the way, doing what any bored lady with a camera does.
We stopped at the Lavender Pit first, an old open-pit copper mine.
It wasn't my first open-pit mine, but I was blown away nonetheless. As was hubband!
After standing in awe for awhile, we drove down the street to Old Town Bisbee
I don't really know if that's the actual name, but if not, it should be. It's genius.
After walking around for a bit, we stopped at Old Bisbee Brewing Company.
They Brew the beer at their Brewery and then it travels underground to the bar (?) where we drank it! Pretty cool, huh? Well. LET-me-tell-ya, this beer was GOOD.
Following, we traveled about town, enjoying the little shops and galleries before heading back to our abode-away-from-abode.
And we made dinner! One of the biggest perks of the B & B? A [relatively] full kitchen!
Vodka Sauce Cooking, Pasta Boiling, and Garlic Searing
My very important sous chef.
Rigatoni pasta with Vodka sauce baked with sausage and mozzarella, garlic mashed potatoes, and roasted carrots.
So, basically, carbs.
That dinner + some wine basically ended our evening.
And with this, I leave you hanging. Next up, what we did on the [actual] night of our anniversary!