The owners of a local lumber mill built this boarding house for mill customers. Peeled logs form the two-story main lodge, which has a hipped roof and a two-story front porch. The porch is enclosed with large windows and raised, with a central wooden stairway and entrance. The lobby features a fireplace of glazed river rock. In the 1970s a two-story chalet building was built on the west, with a cross-gable roof and two large shed dormers to accommodate second-floor lodgings. The upstairs areas are reached by stairways and balconies set under the overhanging eaves. Unpeeled logs are used for rustic stick balustrades. The small cottage nearby, sided in vertical logs, is one of a few surviving mill worker homes.
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