- The name of this stop along the Camino Real means, "the ranch of the swallows," and the birds still migrate here each year. Built in the late 1600s and early 1700s, this collection of buildings represents life as it was. The blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, chapel and water wheel still stand along with many of the main buildings. During special occasions volunteers dress in period costumes and reenact the life of the frontier. This tour involves a considerable amount of walking so wear comfortable shoes.
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