Dressed for Sunday’s walk to town, it’s “Wyatt Earp Days” and event weekends are always fun. Yes, this is a wool suit…but it’s 7 oz weight and was super comfortable!
The 1898 Walking Suit – Details, Part 1
And More From The Mescal Movie Set
As promised, here’s a little video we made of our trip out to the Mescal Movie Set:
A Trip To Mescal Movie Set
Yesterday we took a trip out to the Mescal Movie Set in Mescal, Arizona. For those of you who may not know, this is where they filmed such famous Westerns as Tombstone and The Quick and the Dead, among other lesser movies. It got it’s start in the early 1960s and was eventually acquired by Old Tucson Studios. It was used for many years although activity significantly diminished after 1995. About a year ago, Mescal was sold to a separate entity and they’re now in the process of renovating the area and revitalize for more film business, as well as tours for the general public.
As you can see from the above pictures, it’s a pretty desolate area and very windy and dusty. Just the place for that 1898s walking suit!
Here’s a few more views from inside the saloon:
The buildings are in various states of disrepair with the saloon, the building on the right, in the best state. Essentially, everything was left to deteriorate for over 30 years. By the way, the “brick” saloon is fake- the brickwork is an epoxy-resin.
Karin modeling her new 1898 walking suit:
We have a fun time out there and we’ll be posting a video about this on YouTube in the near future.