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The Tumble Inn, one of the few remaining bits of the hotels of the historic Ridge Route. I've photographed this arch quite a bit over the last couple years. The road had been under fire closure the last few months... this was my first time back. Always welcoming.
The Tumble Inn was once a garage and hotel, then later a hiding place for a family fearing war. There was once a Richfield gas station, garage and restaurant. The words “Tumble Inn” etched into the concrete steps. Beyond these concrete steps used to be cabins for guests. There are water pipes still peaking out of the ground.
All that’s left now is a stone wall and the arch. It’s a beautiful sight as it appears driving around the curves of the Ridge Route.
The Tumble Inn, Angeles National Forest, California.
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