Sullivan Log Cabin

June 26, 2010

Nearly two dozen members and guests of the Salem Chemeketans and Eugene Obsidians hiked a 1.5-mile private trail through old-growth Sitka spruce along the Siletz River to the log cabin featured in Bill Sullivan’s memoir, “Cabin Fever.” At the cabin, Janell provided coffee and cookies from the woodstove. Paula Hyatt noted that she’d first done this hike 30 years ago when Bill’s father Wes was writing articles in the Salem newspaper about the cabin’s pioneer-style construction without power tools. On a return loop, the group visited Bill’s “writing cabin”, a smaller log building in the woods where he writes his books with a typewriter. A gorgeous summer day!

Participants were members Tom Gould, Colleen Milliman, Greg Milliman and Bill Sullivan (leader); and nonmembers Roxanne Blankenship, Mareen Bouchard, Gary Burgess, Karen Burgess, Elly Collier, Bob Dressler, Linda Hofman, Paula Hyatt, Everett Knott, Bruce Patterson, Lorraine Resoff, Becky Salibrici, Marilyn Sander, Roberta Selvy, Ken Skidmore, Nelda Skidmore, Loyd Wildbanks and Shanon Wright.

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