Log Hill Mesa History

Since 1996, we have been accumulating historical information about Log Hill Mesa. The purpose of this web site is to summarize our progress to date for anyone who may be interested in our efforts. 

 

More Log Hill Mesa Pictures

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  • Remnants of the Dougherty Homestead on Log Hill Mesa looking towards the Cimarron Range.
    Remnants of the Dougherty Homestead on Log Hill Mesa looking towards the Cimarron Range.
  • Sneffels Range from Busted Boiler Draw on Log Hill Mesa
    Sneffels Range from Busted Boiler Draw on Log Hill Mesa
  • The Sneffels Range from Jeanne Logan’s house on her Double L Ranch on Log Hill Mesa
    The Sneffels Range from Jeanne Logan’s house on her Double L Ranch on Log Hill Mesa
  • Stock pond and wildflowers on the Mina Voss Ranch with the Cimarron Range in the background.
    Stock pond and wildflowers on the Mina Voss Ranch with the Cimarron Range in the background.

 
 

Experience Log Hill Mesa through Video!

Video Log Hill Tour

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Video taken and edited by Jack Rairden © 

 

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