We stopped here by accident and the human interaction is what made it so special for us. The man at the front desk was kind, quirky, and full of knowledge about the Applegate Trail. The museum was not great, but good, and it broke our 12 hour trip up. We also met a fascinating neighbor - Mark - that just intrigued us. The gift shop is a little sad, but interesting nonetheless.
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