This is looking at the game alcove and the main sign.
The centerpiece of the alcove is the game table with 5 club seats
Another view of the alcove with our guide. Notice the pine root shaped like a duck decoy Raymond rescued from the ground
This is the dinning room table for 10, he began with a 700 pound stump and put 60 inlays on the top. Made during prohibition it includes a hiding spot for a bottle
This is the buffet, he loved to include intricate root pieces and was very picky
Here we have the pair of wing back chairs and the settee in front of the fireplace build from 70 tons of native stone.
These are 2 of the 10 beds with rawhide laced for support of the mattress
This is the revolving gun rack. I like the mirror frame next to it.
Here we see part of the Hunters Rest sign. He was so picky that he burned the first one he completed and started over. All parts were natural roots.
The chandelier is my favorite object in the Shrine. It is an entire white pine root system. They were used for fences by farmers after logging.
I found a web picture of Mr Overholzer next to a pine stump fence.
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