Lockwood’s Ranch holds some very rich history. When the Brown family homesteaded this property in the 1920’s, their son built his own cabin away from the family cabin. In researching the local museum files, we came across this photo of “Rollin’s Cabin”. A quick review of the landscape in the background allowed us to pinpoint the site of the original cabin.
It has not been determined when this cabin was removed but upon searching the building site, several artifacts were found including a small stove part, rusted nut and small decorative bottle with lid.
In documents found at the Ridge Route Historical Society and Museum, Rollin’s sister Rosalyn recalled: