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Innkeeper Dawn, of Prescott Pines B&B, took the Red Chair to check out Prescott's famous Whiskey Row, where Red visited The Palace, which opened in 1877 and is the oldest frontier saloon in Arizona. In the late 1870's Wyatt Earp, Virgil Earp, Doc Holliday and Big Nose Kate were patrons of the Palace, and re-enactors were on site this weekend, gearing up for Prescott's Sesquicentennial celebration this summer. What a cool place to visit!
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