Small Cabin in the Mountains
This two-bedroom shelter for scientists and students sits at the foot of the Rocky Mountains
June 3, 2013
North of Crested Butte, Colo., near the old abandoned mining town of Gothic, sits the Swallow’s Nest cabin. This two-bedroom structure is used as field station housing for scientists and students at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory (RMBL), an internationally renowned center for scientific research and education. Unfortunately, photographer Kimberly Sink did not have the pleasure of staying in it, but was glad to happen upon it during one of her many rambles.
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