Inyo and White Mountains

"Sandstone Eagle" Cabin

We stumbled across this remote cabin back in 2010. Like so many cabins I come across, I haven’t been able to find the history on this one. I call it the "Sandstone Eagle" Cabin because there is a bit of sandstone in the area, which is quite unusual, and I found a little brass eagle at the site.

There are a few minor silver prospects nearby and I suspect this cabin was built to support one of them.

The cabin itself is all wood and in a sad state of repair. I’m not sure it will be standing for much longer without some help.

These photos are from 2010 but I have made other visits to the place.

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