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This is a portion of the McKenzie Salt Springs and Deschutes Wagon Road constructed during the period 1866-1872. The route across these lava fields was rough and torturous. However it was 1,000 feet lower in elevation than the older Scott Trail cr…
This observation point has been provided to facilitate public enjoyment of the unusual and interesting combination of historical and geological features nearby. The development was planned and supervised by the Willamette National Forest and const…
In 1862 Felix Scott led a crew of 50 men who blazed a trail across the Cascade Mountains following an old Indian trail witch skirted lava flows.
Scott hoped to use the new route to take supplies to gold fields in Idaho.
His trail was difficult…
I was hired as a stone mason LEM for the Civilian Conservation Corps.
What's a LEM you ask? Local Experienced Men.
Know all 'bout stone masonry and it was wisely reasoned to pepper experienced man about the young Corps enrollees.
When Dee Wright began work in 1910, he did not know where 24 years in the Forest Service would take him. Packing supplies for fire camps, work crews and lookouts; locating part of the Pacific Crest trail; and stories around the campfire all found …
On the knoll behind this sign once stood a rustic cabin in which pioneer mailman John Templeton Craig died in December 1877.
Craig, who was 56, had been employed to carry the mail between McKenzie Bridge and Camp Polk, near Sisters.