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Another miner's cabin near Coquette Creek.

You don't find a whole lot of (whole) travel trailers above 5,000 feet. When the snow falls, those flat roofs really pile up. The next year they are flat! Here you see a trailer tat has passed the snow test because of the contraption built on top to shed the snow.

This is really a lovely cabin. People seem to live here occasionally.

This one is about 200 feet from the preceding cabin. It is also in good shape.

Remember what I said about not mixing trailers and snow? I rest my case.

This is a great old cabin in a beautiful setting

These cabins are held up by the trees!

A shack at the Lion Cub mine.

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