While visiting Indian Lodge and spending the night we were happy to sample the food at the restaurant. The food was good and the service was nice. The things that I will remember the most were the view out the windows as we talked over dinner and this huge mural on the dining room wall. The scene shows a history behind the construction of the lodge during the Great Depression by the CCC Boys. From making bricks and harvesting cedar timbers the painting was more memorable than the meal.
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