Boston Brick & Stone - July 2019

THE MASONRY MONTHLY

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UNIQUE, OLD-TIMEY SUMMER DESTINATIONS

Break the Mold With These Exciting Outings

There are only so many times you can go to Disney World over the summer until both kids and parents start snoring from boredom. Why not take a break from your modern ways? Silence your cell phones, pop in a road trip CD, roll the windows down, and get a new perspective on this great nation of ours. You’d be surprised by the hidden historical gems our country is home to. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Whether you have a car full of restless young’uns to entertain, or you just want to gain some new insight into your country roots, this outing is fascinating for the whole family. As a truly unsung and unique aspect of the American West, this blast from the past gives new meaning to “girl power.” Through exciting displays and informative tours, the National Cowgirl Museum brings you back to a daring

be a bit of a drive, but the unique opportunity to take in the bravery and achievements of some of history’s greatest cowgirls makes the trip worth it. Tombstone, Arizona, and All Its Wild Wonders

Few towns have played a more important role in our common

knowledge of the Wild West than Tombstone, Arizona. From the popular movie of the same name to the famed “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral,” this stunning city is unparalleled in historical value. Through countless restoration

world where no day was guaranteed. Starting as nothing more than a modest room in the building’s basement, the museum has grown to more than 33,000 square feet and boasts over 4,000 artifacts. Located in Fort Worth, Texas, this destination may

efforts and local museums, this Wild West behemoth has no shortage of adventures to set out on. From old-timey saloons and

spooky graveyards to the infamous Birdcage Theatre, you can go on a week’s worth of expeditions accompanied by friendly guides who are there to fill you in on all the tales of old.

-Dave Laverdiere

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