On the outskirts of Bisbee, Arizona is a little one-street town called Lowell.
There may be other streets, but this main street sets you right down in the middle of the 20th Century.
In front of the historic buildings are a number of vintage vehicles.
Signs and design are straight out of the 1950’s. It is interesting to note that Bisbee and Lowell sit close to the border of Mexico and the US, both towns a throwback to an entirely different era that was primarily thought of as a fairly benign time.
I’ll be reading with Gregory Zeigler at Alumafiesta in Tucson, Arizona on February 4th at 7pm. We’ll be talking about our books, “Travels with Max” and “Airstreaming” respectively and opening up to questions following our talk.