|Queen Mine building, Bisbee in in the background|
Don and the other couple on the tour listen to the guide. That's the assistant in the rear.
After the tour was over, we went back to town, were I discovered Bisbee Olive Oil. I'd seen a business like that in Creede, Colorado. They have a large number of different flavors of olive oil and balsamic vinegars to taste, as well as some soaps and body care products. We tasted balsamic vinegars, and I bought two - one is an 18-year "regular" flavor (divine - thick, sweet, and oh so good) and the other is Chili (spicy and sweet at the same time). Since we like them with bread and basic olive oil, we decided not to get any expensive oil.
The woman in the olive oil shop recommended The Table for lunch - and we are so glad we listened to her. Don had the Ancho Reuben - the mustard was spicy and he said it was the best Reuben he'd ever had. He had sweet potato fries, and gobbled them up! I had the Bleu and Black - a hamburger that had bleu cheese and grilled red onions on it - nothing more. The meat was delicious, and I almost inhaled it, it was so good. I was in the mood for fruit, so I skipped the fries and had a fruit mixture. Tasty.