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5-9-2011 Mary’s Birthday Weekend

Three peaceful days at the Apache Maid cabin in the Coconino National Forest.  The cabin was built in 1907 and originally used as two rooms connected with a breezeway.  Primarily used by cowboys it later became a ranger station in the 1930’s.  This is one of several different cabins, part of the Rooms With A view program offered by various national forests throughout the US.  Private, gated access, solar and propane power only.  No running water, the vault toilet is about 25 paces from the cabin.

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  1. I live in Houston. You’re trying to make us Houstonians jealous.

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