Camp at Dufresne Job
Camp at Dufresne Job

Surely one of the buildings in this abandoned lumber camp was used by LT hikers although not specifically noted in O’Kane’s LT Guide, 1926. An abandoned lumber camp with some shelter in old buildings. [GB 4th Edition 1922]

The following year, 1927, was the one Mr. Appleby hiked The Long Trail from end to end in ten days. This time he started on July 2nd from the southern end and proceeded north to the Canadian line. With a companion by the name of Jamieson who became totally exhausted at the end of the second day’s bike, he stayed at the Dufrense Job 27 hours. [LT News, May, 1952]

Boiling a kettle at Dufresne Job, 1919
Boiling a kettle at Dufresne Job, 1919