Holy Jim and Trabuco Cabin Owners Association Photography

Scenes and Canyon History

Mine
Opening to Yaeger Mine

Bear Springs
Bear Springs in the snow!
Hansel Family
Long time canyon resident Steve Hansel honored with flag pole plaque
Cabin Owners
Everyone had a great time at the
November 2009 meeting !
2007 Fire
2007 Santiago fire viewed from
Dove Canyon
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Snow in the canyon
The Big Dig
The 1977 engine is used to pull the rust-ridden water tank (servicing cabins 40-45) from its foundation prior to installing the new one.

 

 

 Did you know?

  • "He who slings mud generally loses ground" (Canyon Wren)
  • You can make a poison oak remedy from acorns. Bring a pot of water to a boil. Remove from heat and add acorns. Use enough so they are all covered by the water. Cover the pot and let sit for at least 1/2 hour. Drain the water from the pot. Put the brown liquid into ice cube trays and freeze. Rub the cubes over the poison oak blisters. This is said to relieve the pain and speed the healing process. For more things to do with acorns, see this site.
  • One long-time canyon visitor recently attended a cabin-warming party. "Cactus", John Ware, of Laguna Beach told the cabin owner that his father used to be a Ranger for the Forestry Service sometime in the late 1920's. His father occupied Cabin #1 during his service. Cabin #1 is still standing and in original condition.