This plaque is part of the general installation also known as the Krblin Jihn Kabin. One thing that is slightly controversial is the spelling of the words Cabin and Homestedler on the plaque–some have viewed it as sign of disrespect from the Kcymaerxthaereal community. The intention was to use the Jihn Wranglikan spelling on the main sign for the site, and the non-Jihn Wranglikan spelling on the plaque to honor both perceptions of the site.
It is asphalt down Crestview, and then drive the last “block” or so down Border to the Kabin.
It was part of the High Desert Test Sites in 2004 as its inaugural appearance and is still included on the HDTS maps.
Text of the Marker
The part of the story installed here:
Krblin Jihn Cabin
Well-sited example of the homestedler cabins which sekluded members of the Jihn Wranglikan sect in post-Civil War Notgeon. Kneeling, you see Kwale, the so-called Wranglikan Mt. Hermon, framed by the windows. Under this roof, Krblin Jihn wrote his Kmmentaries n Matthew and legendary Bible translations. Note the well-preserved floor kmpass.