4/3/2011 In the previous post, Jim accessed the new Elkhorn Creek Trail from the Log Cabin Rd. I asked him if that was the same as the Boy Scout Rd. He emailed: “Log Cabin Road and Boy Scout Road (CR 68C), the same, although the latter name appears in Among These Hills: A History of Livermore, Colorado. The former stems from the Log Cabin Hotel, post office, and stage stop at the T juncture of CR 68C with the Red Feather Lakes Road (CR 74E). One can still see the concrete foundation of one of the buildings.” Thanks for the clarification and history lesson, Jim.
Jim sent additional information from that book on p. 26 : “The two-story [hotel] structure was originally built at the Ashley Grange, a place for training young English ‘remittance’ men how to become ranchers. It had been moved several miles north to this site in 1888 . . ..” Jim added “Such men appear to have been not a rarity in the Livermore region.”