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It was all down hill today for this 46-year-old log cabin donated to the city of Edmonds by Resident Lee Hanley, who plans to build houses on its original wooded site near Seaview Elementary School. Built in 1929 by Gaston Ganahl, the two-story cabin features a rustic interior and a mammoth stone fireplace, a portion of which was removed for the snails-pace journey to a site next door to the Edmonds Historical Museum on N. Fifth Avenue. The Edmonds Chamber of Commerce will use it for an office. The going was slow yesterday for Seattle contractors K&K Construction, who had to remove nearly every wire crossing the route. "The cabin was 26 feet high and most of the wires were 24 feet high," said a city employee. "It took an hour at 84th and 196th alone."
(Staff photos by Cole Porter)


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