One has to look at this and recognize many lives passed here in this remote , small, wooden dwelling,no windows and chinked between the log siding to keep out cold and heat. A fortress and respite in the heart of the country.
A truly fascinating cemetery with almost 29 immigrant groups represented, it still impresses one hundred years after Royslyn, Wa. claimed fame as the site of TV’s ‘Northern Exposure’.
There is a ‘Redman’ section for native americans as well as an area of ‘Masons’. http://tinyurl.com/3m2c48u