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Simpson Lake cabin restoration complete

Sep 1, 2017 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

Part 1 in a series.

On the morning of Aug. 12, Marty Amble was deep in the Shoshone National Forest wilderness area west of Dubois, ...


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By the time crews returned to work in early August, the roofs on the three cabins had essentially been repaired and most sill logs replaced. Last month's work mostly consisted of window repairs and the draw-knifing of final sill logs. Photo by Eric White

By the time crews returned to work in early August, the roofs on the three cabins had essentially been repaired and most sill logs replaced. Last month's work mostly consisted of window repairs and the draw-knifing of final sill logs. Photo by Eric White


By the time crews returned to work in early August, the roofs on the three cabins had essentially been repaired and most sill logs replaced. Last month's work mostly consisted of window repairs and the draw-knifing of final sill logs. Photo by Eric White

By the time crews returned to work in early August, the roofs on the three cabins had essentially been repaired and most sill logs replaced. Last month's work mostly consisted of window repairs and the draw-knifing of final sill logs. Photo by Eric White

Marty Amble made his first volunteer effort in August, when he joined in helping to restore Simpson Lake Lodge at age 70.  Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Marty Amble made his first volunteer effort in August, when he joined in helping to restore Simpson Lake Lodge at age 70. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Marty Amble made his first volunteer effort in August, when he joined in helping to restore Simpson Lake Lodge at age 70.  Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Marty Amble made his first volunteer effort in August, when he joined in helping to restore Simpson Lake Lodge at age 70. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

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