This came from a cabin on the Metolius. Lucille Denning and Don Denning owned the cabin. Her father was a doctor in Sherman County. The doctor said to his rancher patients to take vacations on the Metolius – that’s how Camp Sherman got its name. Lucille remembers digging the lake at Lake Creek Lodge with a draft horse. The cabin was built after WWII.
Jody and Jan Ward bought it – it’s the last one in Tract 0. They bought it 20 years ago.
These blankets were on the floor when they bought it. She believes they’re Indian blankets.