On the D&RG siding known as Haywood is one of the best surviving examples of a Hispanic jacal, built of upright poles lashed together and plastered with adobe. Now used as stables on the Haywood Ranch, it is a semi-ruin with abandoned electrical wiring and part of a stovepipe chimney.
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