A business owned by the same family for several generations. We took a city bus and walked several blocks to get there. Were welcomed by the host and transferred to wagons for about a mile long road beside a lovely, scenic creek. We were entertained by cowboys and Indians riding around us along the way. The food was meant to be typical chuck wagon fare with barbeque, baked beans, salad, corn on the cob, bread, lemonade and brownies. The music was typical cowboy songs. The "fiddle" player was exceptional and the jokes were a little corny but cute. There was audience participation which everone seemed to enjoy. Nice evening. Kids would love it. The owners even drove us back to our hotel in their own vehicles because it was so long a walk back to the bus and we were a rather elderly group. Couldn't have been nicer.
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