In a cottonwood grove beside Escalante Creek, this sturdy, windowless homestead house has rubble walls a foot thick made of local sandstone, volcanic stone, and fieldstone. On the back side, the original mud mortar of the one-story cabin may still be seen.
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Walker Homestead Stone Cabin
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