"The Friends of Marty Robbins Museum" was our destination last Friday. Have always loved his music, and did attend one of his concerts at the Oakland Coliseum when we lived in California. It's just a very small unpretentious museum put together by a true fan of his. It seems she collected all these items through the years, and then found a home for her collection here in Willcox. Entrance is a donation of $1.00. His music plays in the background as you get to wander amid showcases of memorabilia. Nothing fancy, but lots of memories brought back. We signed the Guest Book, and were amazed at how many people, from how many far away places, had visited this Museum.
Afterwards, we visited the next door Keeling Schaefer wine tasting room, which is in a lovely restored old bank building, had lunch at the "Big Tex BBQ" (awful!), and wandered about the little town. Stumbled upon the Friends of the Library selling books (50 cents each) and WOW...................we could have spent hours there. Did chance upon some real finds on those shelves.
This all made for a lovely outing.
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