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Saturday, August 12, 2006

Things That Make You Say "Hmmm?"

As Joan and I hiked up and down the many stairs of Bisbee today, this (untouched) site caught my eye - and left me asking many questions...Who had left these picturesque & unbroken bottles along the stairway of beautiful bustling Bisbee? Why were they left behind in such a neat and orderly fashion? Who were the drinkers of this fine beverage? Was there only one drinker, or perhaps two or three? Of course, I will probably never learn the answers to these questions, but it is nice to ponder such things - if only for a moment, and then move on to post more exciting and thrilling pics for your viewing pleasure =)

2 comments:

the.chronicler said...

It's entirely possible that a group of friends sat on those stairs one evening under the wonderful canopy of stars that our region affords, and they enjoyed a few beers and conversation and laughs together, and they conscientiously collected those bottles.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Ah, I certainly appreciate your wise input on the subject, dear Chronicler =) I believe you have probably hit the nail on the head with your summation ... I, for one, would not want to drink too many of those and then try walking (er, stumbling?) on the many winding, narrow Bisbee stairways, but there are evidently others out there who live more wildly than myself (hmmm, actually drinking a cupla cold ones on the steps in Bisbee does sound kinda fun, but don't tell anybody I said that, OK? ;)