May 11, 1978: "Bieber Chamber of Commerce held it's regular monthly meeting at Conservation Camp 22 Wednesday evening that began with a tour of the camp followed by a buffet dinner prepared by the camp's cooks. The Camp, located in a forested area a few miles above Nubieber, houses 50 inmates who work eight hours a day, five days a week on three major projects. In an area of the camp a crew is finishing a fire lookout tower, their fifteenth to date. When finished it will be dismantled and transported to Bully Shoup Mountain west of Redding." (The InterMountain News)
National Geodetic Survey
DESIGNATION - BULLY CHOOP LOOKOUT HOUSE PID - LU2081 STATE/COUNTY- CA/TRINITY COUNTRY - US USGS QUAD - BULLY CHOOP MTN (1982)
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1954 (LSB) THE STATION IS THE APEX OF THE BULLY CHOOP LOOKOUT HOUSE LOCATED ABOUT 12 MILES SOUTHWEST OF WHISKYTOWN, ABOUT 11-1/2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF DOUGLAS CITY, ABOUT 11 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF LEWISTON, AND ABOUT 6 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF BUCKHORN SUMMIT AND IS ON BULLY CHOOP MOUNTAIN.
A TRAVERSE CONNECTION WAS MADE TO TRIANGULATION STATION BULLY CHOOP 1928 THE DISTANCE BEING 29.76 FEET, 9.072 METERS EAST OF STATION BULLY CHOOP. THE APEX OF THE LOOKOUT HOUSE IS 5.827 METERS HIGHER THAN STATION BULLY CHOOP.
THE LOOKOUT HOUSE IS A WHITE FRAME STRUCTURE TRIMMED IN GREEN AND IS THE PROPERTY OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE FOREST SERVICE. IT IS 20-1/2 FEET SQUARE AT ITS BASE AND 20 FEET TO THE EDGE OF THE ROOF AND AN ESTIMATED 3 FEET FROM THE ROOFS EDGE TO THE APEX.