The Bob Marshall Wilderness Area is a congressionally designated wilderness located in western Montana in the United States. Administered by the U.S. Forest Service, the “Bob” extends for 60 miles along the Continental Divide and consists of 1,009,356 acres.
The Ranch was homesteaded in 1921 by Rudolph and Semely Dwight. The land which now makes up the JJJ was known as a land grant. The Dwights built a sturdy log cabin with four enormous logs for each of the walls and a main beam for the roof. Time has taken a heavy toll, but the shell of the cabin still remains on the property. Remnants of old crude furniture, an iron bed and a rusty stove wer