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In 1927 a Swedish immigrant named John Samuelson homesteaded here in the middle of Lost Horse Valley. He built a small cabin on a flat spot atop this rocky outcrop and, between stints as a miner and sheep rancher, began to chisel his observations on life, nature and humanity's foibles onto the granite boulders.
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