"Mysterious music or terrible noise of wind chimes?" Tubac Things to Do Tip by matcrazy1
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I had never heard wind chimes (called wind bells as well) before my visit to Tubac. What's that? Wind chimes consist of hollow or solid metal tubes which are usually hung outside of a building and are intended to be played by the wind, which causes the chimes to strike each other or a metal ball which may be hung in the center.
At Tubac Road there is a boutique with hundreds or even thousands different wind chimes hang outdoors. Don't ask me where it's exactly, just open your ears and hear chimes while in Tubac. No worries, desert area of Tubac is quite windy the chimes to play mysterious music for me, to make terrible noise for some folks.
Well, I watched some similar "devices" or wind instruments on TV but I placed them in southeast Asia and rather in buddhist cloisters than American yards. But now I know that the top hobby of Americans is gardening and they sometimes hang wind chimes there. I've seen them a few times during my trip around the Southwest.
Address: Tubac Rd., Tubac, Arizona 85646
Directions: Take free map from Tubac - Santa Cruz Visitor Center located at the entrance to Tubac. Tubac Road is in southern part of the village, follow the noise or music of wind chimes.
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