By Betty Vanderwielen

Tour began in 1915 Mowitza Lodge and ended in present


January 23, 2020

Betty Vanderwielen, Pathfinder

As Warren Little looks on, caretaker Ron Burnett tells the group about the building that used to be William Clark, Jr.'s private cabin at Mowitza. It has since been converted into a chapel.

SEELEY LAKE – The red-roofed complex of buildings straddling both sides of the south end of Salmon Lake form a familiar landmark on entering the Seeley Valley. They've been there since 1915 and have accumulated a long history and generated a number of legendary stories. On Jan. 19, the Seeley Lake Historical Society sponsored a guided tour of the grounds, filling in some of the history and offering some stories for the approximately 20 attendees to ponder.

Ron Cox from the Historical Society led the tour with Ron Burnett caretaker of Legendary Lodge. Seeley Lake resident Warren Little als...

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