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Bulah Walls at her new home on Pebble Creek
Win & Bulah (? in front of their home in Ft. Collins?)
Bulah and Win's wedding party
Heading for a new life on Pebble Creek
At the Wildwood Lodge in Old Dillon
Earliest picture of Pebble Creek - 1931
Note windmill and dormer, two early "improvements" to the cabin
Root cellar on the hill between the cabin and Pebble Creek
Mrs. Schabel and the "Go Devil" constructing the bridge across Pebble Creek. The remains of the Go Devil can still be seen near the equipment barn.
Log mill (from the 1950s when the cabin was enlarged)
Family of Carl Kaiser (right), from whom Bulah & Win bought the ranch
fishing at Boulder Lake
Son Clifford (b.1928) & Win
This sign was probably just below the fork to Berthoud Pass
The skis are on the wall of our dining room
The lantern now hangs outside our door.
Original water source. Later, a pipe was run from the irrigation ditch behind the cabin into the kitchen.
The remains of this douglas fir - a twelve-foot tall stump - are easy to find today.
View across lily pond to Keller Mountain
Looking over North Rock Creek valley
You can just barely make out the sheep in the meadow
Another view across the Lily Pond to Keller Mountain
The proposed sawmill was to provide railroad ties for the track from Dillon to Kremmling. Only scattered parts of the roadbed were constructed.
The dam gradually washed out; today it is gone, and Boulder Lake is turning back into a slough.
Horseback riders at Boulder Lake
Probably taken on Loveland Pass
A picnic out at the sawmill.
One of the original cabins in SGR
Al Nelson stands beside the Evinrude snowmobile, which had a wankel engine,
reverse gear, electric start, and weighed about 400 pounds -
not the ideal machine for the deep powder snow on Pebble Creek
There are about 170 more images, taken over a period of about fifty years,