For those of you who haven’t read Winchester: Over yet (what are you waiting for?), I’m not going to ruin the story for you, but this is the cabin that Bexar’s family uses, along with the back porch which faces The Window across The Basin.
… and when Bexar’s group first entersThe Basin, they notice the burned out restaurant at the top of the hill on the left. The restaurant really sits there and is also connected to a gift shop, it is the only restaurant in the park. Although a bit pricey (think about how far the food has to be trucked in), the food is good and the view, especially the sunset view, is spectacular.
Pulling into the basin camping area, Bexar and the others were faced with a few surprises. A handful of tents were standing, but there were no vehicles parked in the areas they could see from the road. The restaurant and gift shop had burned to the ground, but that fire hadn’t triggered any other fires. The Civilian Conservation Corps, or CCC-built cabins, were still standing, as were the two small motels, the little rangers’ station, and the convenience store, but again there were no vehicles to be seen.