We stopped here on a whim during a roadtrip of the left coast. Much to our surprise, we were greeted by a costumed man, Dennis ( whom we've decided he is "a national treasure"), who proceeded to give us a 15 minute lecture about the hazards and history of the Applegate pioneer trail. Upon proceeding into the museum, we were further surprised by the quality and variety of artifacts at this small, private museum.
The covered wagons outside are shocking to see how tiny the space the pioneers had to pack all their worldly possessions into.
Definitely worth a stop if you're in the area.
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