In Bisbee, a curious combination of artist's enclave and mining town, we stay at The Shady Dell, another curious combination of motel and vintage trailer park. The "rooms" are permanently parked vintage campers, plus a small yacht and a large bus, all refurbished according to their era - complete with vintage everything from magazines on the nightstand to coffeemakers in the kitchen to music on the "radio". Hiking to a spot where you can see Mexico across the border. It looks quite peaceful and empty from the high vantage point, rolling green and gold hills into the heat-hazed distance, nothing like the grim barenness of the border itself. Naco, the border town. Straight out of a Robert Rodriguez film. We love the shady dell. I think we've stayed in at least five different campers, all told. If It weren't such a long and unforgiving drive south from Colorado, we'd visit a lot more often.