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A humorous and artistic account of the "Battle of Corbin Cabin" by anonymous renters in the summer of 2014.
Hikers staying at the shelters and cabins along the Appalachian Trail use the log books to let the world know they were there, to comment on the state of their feet, the weather, the wildlife they've seen recently, on "trail magic" to be found up or down the trail, on creepy or just worrisome people seen along the trail, on the condition of the shelter or cabin, or to leave messages for friends and family. This particularly fanciful entry in the log book at Corbin Cabin, complete with blood stains, is an example of one of the more exceptional genres of log book entries--the fictional (we hope) illustrated story.


Date:

None recorded.

Creator:

Unknown

Subject

Corbin Cabin

Contributor

Mills Kelly

Format

None recorded.

Source:

Corbin Cabin log book (2015)

Rights

None recorded.

Citation

Unknown, “Battle of Corbin Cabin,” Appalachian Trail Histories, accessed June 3, 2020, https://appalachiantrailhistory.org/items/show/35.
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