The old Wood house, built in 1870 by Martin Sylvester Wood, is the most painted scene in the area by local artists. The older folks in the area can recall a time when the house was occupied.
This is the view of Mt. McLaughlin, a small volcano, from the Wood house. Oregon has a lot of volcanos; I never could find out whether this one is still active.
This 1922 covered bridge was moved from Antelope Creek (elsewhere in the area) to Butte Creek in Eagle Point. The bldg. behind it is the elementary school, which my daughter attended. Our first home (rental) in Oregon is two short blocks from this bridge.
The Butte Creek Mill was est. in 1872; it's a flour mill that is still running, now with modern wheat-grinding machinery. The mill is just a block from the covered bridge.