After the dusty desert drive, we ended up at Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace.
My vest matched the backdrop of the stage.
Where a country-western band was playing. Inside, the crowd consisted mostly of locals — with plenty of families and kids.
We had a plate of cheese fries, then ventured outside, to the outdoor concert space.
There was plenty of meats roasting over an open fire.
Pioneertown was founded in 1946 by a group of Hollywood investors with dreams of creating a living movie set — an 1870s frontier town with facades for filming and interiors open to the public. It still has the feel…