The Humes Ranch cabin was built around the year 1900 by William Humes. William Humes was originally from New York and arrived in the Elwha River area enroute to the Klondike. William, his brother, and a cousin liked the area so much they set up homestead sites.
I first camped at this spot when I was eleven years old. I make it a point to visit this area every year towards the end of October. I have a fondness for the Olympic National park, probably because I grew-up near by in Port Angeles Washington. I have great memories of the park and all the hikes and picnics I experienced growing up.
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