Anyone who’s ever decided it’s easier to park on the street than to eke out space in a packed-to-the-rafters garage can empathize with what they’re going through at Kern Pioneer Village.
The stuff — 75 years of stuff — has taken over.
For every vintage Model T, there’s a railroad hand car whose wooden parts have rotted away in the sun. The museum is said to have the world’s biggest ditch plow, a 1,400-pound behemoth, but it also has 13 run-of-the-mill washing machines. Scores of assorted objects, many in various stages of