The Rest of the Story

At lunch breaks, Papa Steiner would often meander through the nearby forest, looking for interesting bits and pieces to incorporate into the cabins. This habit of his was so well known that no one thought anything of it when, one day in 1953, he left the family home in Brightwood (on the slopes of Oregon’s Mt. Hood), to take a walk through the forest. Nor were they especially alarmed when he was gone longer than usual. But when he had not returned by the next morning, it was clear that something was wrong.

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