The historic Pozo Saloon returns 

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Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Aside from the cottonwood tree in front, planted as a sapling in 1858, not much has changed at the Pozo Saloon between the 1870s and 2018.
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
By summer, the new Pozo Saloon owners hope to have the rear field with its new $16,000 irrigation system ready for weddings and other events.
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Pozo Saloon will retain all its original rustic charm when it reopens on May 5, for a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
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Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Photo By Jayson Mellom
Dozens of dollar bills have been pinned to the saloon ceiling by patrons, and some speculate that Wild West-era bullets left holes up there.
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