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Old Log Cabin

"Zane Grey’s 1920s wilderness cabin on the Rogue River in Winkle Bar, Oregon.  Best known for Riders of the Purple Sage (1912), which helped establish the formula of the modern western, Grey wrote nearly 90 novels, travelled extensively, and is rumored to have fished in excess of 300 days a year.
(Source: Flickr / photosbyadrienne)"


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