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Box O Ranch cabin (exterior)[1]

The Box O Ranch is located south of Pinehurst, Oregon & was established in 1899 by the Grieve Brothers.  Their original settlement consisted of a cabin on the north end of this property, however subsequent owners had built this cabin as well as a working corral, shed, workshop, & pole barns to the north; many of the structures have since collapsed.  This here is a two-story cabin that is in a great deal of disrepair, well close to 70 years of age & part of the residency of the Louis Miller Ranch complex.  The toilet section lies in this outer collapse & the old stairwell to the upstairs in in bad shape, next to unclimbable.  It lies in a picturesque open valley w/ Jenny Creek flowing nearby south into California, old roads slowly disappearing in time.  This area today is now part of the Soda Mountain Wilderness/Cascade Siskiyou National Monument w/ land having been acquired by the Bureau of Land Management in 1995.  The old corral & equipment shed north of here have been restored however this structure is on its final legs.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 10/09/2017
Uploaded: 10/09/2017
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: box o ranch; homestead; farm; cascade siskiyou national monument; jenny creek; oregon; soda mountain wilderness; ranching; exterior; grieve brothers; louis miller; cabin; oregon gulch
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