The site is atop a wide, level ridge on the southern half of Maryland's A.T.
It is about 2 miles North of Weverton Cliffs.
The log construction style we are using on the shelter is a Scandinavian "chinkless" method where no mortar or chinking is needed between the logs. The majority of work is done with a chainsaw, then chisel work is done to get a good fit between the logs.
Individuals familiar with this section of A.T. are aware of its scarcity of water. The spring is ¼ mile and 300' downhill east of the shelter site. Upper loft via rear stairway.