by Casual Tourist
July 28, 2001
Across the street from Sibley's Camp was "The Little Red House," an attraction not listed in the state guide. This was a cute little building with the words Saloon painted on the front windows and a fancy sign on the side of it. As it was early in the morning when we visited the door was locked, but we were able to peak in the windows. Artifacts from the past filled the little building and it at least appeared to have been properly restored.
It may seem odd that my recommendation for this site is "Somewhat Recommended," but my attitude is that imagination should still play a role in life and actually visiting points of history adds depth to one's life.
From journal Six Days On and Off the Santa Fe / Cimarron Trail