The Occoneechee Trapper’s Lodge stands about 10 miles off Interstate 95 in Garysburg, the creation of Q.J. Stephenson, who died in 1997. It is built entirely out of found objects, the artifacts Stephenson gathered during a lifetime spent wandering the woods.
The Occoneechee Trapper’s Lodge stands about 10 miles off Interstate 95 in Garysburg, the creation of Q.J. Stephenson, who died in 1997. It is built entirely out of found objects, the artifacts Stephenson gathered during a lifetime spent wandering the woods. Josh Shaffer
The Occoneechee Trapper’s Lodge stands about 10 miles off Interstate 95 in Garysburg, the creation of Q.J. Stephenson, who died in 1997. It is built entirely out of found objects, the artifacts Stephenson gathered during a lifetime spent wandering the woods. Josh Shaffer

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