In February of 2014, I visited the fairly remote Frank Curtis Cabin. I found Boxcar and Ed were already there and busy cleaning and restoring the cabin to a habitable condition. Follow Backcountry Cabin Etiquette when visiting.
The narrow, one-man cabin was built by Frank Curtis in 1958, and he used it for nearly thirty years. Up on the hill behind the cabin is a small mine, of which not much remains except an unstable 40 ft inclined shaft. I’m guessing not much ever came of the mine, but Frank chose a beautiful spot for his cabin. It makes a great place to visit today.