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Annie's cabin

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Annie's Cabin, Huckleberry Road (bobcat)


This is a little one-room structure that visitors are welcome to use. Inside, a little panel tells that Annie Miller, Jim Williams, and Annie’s daughter Squirrel lived here in the early 1990s while they worked as volunteers on cleaning up the area and brushing out the trails. Jim Williams died in October, 1993, and Annie and Squirrel soon moved out. The cabin was used as a living room, while the family slept and cooked in a trailer parked next to it. There’s picnic table outside the cabin.

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