The lookout at Pack Forest wasn’t for the weak of heart. The resume required among other things — no fear of heights and strong legs to carry you up and down 10 flights of steps.
This 66′ steel tower with a 7×7′ cab was built in 1929, two miles east of Eatonville, and was part of the University of Washington‘s forestry program. It was abandon in 1950 and had long since been taken down. (per firelookout.com)
Photo courtesy of Pat Van Eaton.
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