CaÃ±on City lost a historic landmark recently when a fire destroyed the DeWeese Lodge. The 100-year-old building was known for its Adirondack-style architecture and a stone fireplace with Native American artifacts and dinosaur bones built into it. The lodge â€“ and the fireplace â€“ were built by Dal DeWeese, a prominent member of CaÃ±on City society at the turn of the last century. Dan Meyers talks to Sue Cochran, a researcher with the Royal Gorge Regional Museum and History Center in CaÃ±on City.
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